CCL Volunteer Video Documentaries
The series is comprised of seven videos, each one featuring a different CCL volunteer in his or her hometown, sharing about their lives and the work that they do to support climate change.
The videos will be launched approximately once per week until all seven are live by the end of 2019. See below for the list of what videos are available and how to find them outside of the Energy Innovation Act Site Main Page and CCL Community's Videos resource page.
Video 1: Emily is a young Latina woman from Fresno, California who is starting college at Stanford University as a first generation college student.
What's a release? Simply put, a release is a package of software updates consisting of new features and bug fixes along with new content. On CCL Community, we'll release updates every other week. New Features Modern Forums. Over the past several months, our developer team has been hard at work improving CCL Community's forums modules with the main ... more
On October 20, 2007, after having a revelation about the severity of climate change, Marshall Saunders launched Citizens’ Climate Lobby. He then inspired over 170,000 everyday citizens to appeal directly to their members of Congress. He helped empower them to offer a bold and straightforward solution to address climate change. Everyone who met ... more
Snowmen stand to lose a lot from climate change. But they don’t have a voice. Help call attention to their plight by building your own snowman protest, taking a photo, and posting it on Instagram. How to enter Build a snowman (or snowwoman, or snow animal) who is protesting climate change. Make just one snowman, or as many snowmen as you want. Your snowman ... more
There were 330 people registered for the Northern California conference over the weekend, making it the largest CCL regional conference ever held. Youth was well represented with 105 students and people under 25. Of those, 64 were high schoolers. The conference offered a special Climate Advocate Training Workshop just for young people as well as a ... more