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  • Community Release - August 11, 2020
    Community Release - August 11, 2020
    Updates and Bug Fixes include a major upgrade to the search feature, Group Email updates, and video embed uploads. New and Updated Content include new trainings and resources for Canva Templates, Letterhead, and interactive updates for Core Volunteer Training. more
  • August Monthly Meeting W/ Dr. Kim Cobb, Climate Scientist
    August Monthly Meeting W/ Dr. Kim Cobb, Climate Scientist
    Dr. Kim Cobb, climate scientist, will be CCL's August Monthly Speaker. August's monthly actions include voter registration outreach and activating your chapter's Monthly Calling Campaigns.  more
  • CCL Receives 2020 Keeling Curve Prize
    CCL Receives 2020 Keeling Curve Prize
    Citizens’ Climate is excited and grateful to receive a 2020 Keeling Curve Prize in the category of Social & Cultural Pathways. Share the good news on social media:  Facebook , Twitter , or Instagram ! Share the Press Release with your local media. more
  • Community Release - July 27, 2020
    Community Release - July 27, 2020
    Updates and Bug Fixes include a Recent Activity Block on your profile page, an improved back button function on forums pages, and improved text editing on mobile.  New and Updated Content include new trainings on Sunny Day Flooding & Climate Advocacy and Voter Participation Outreach. more
  • Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 50: Big Climate Problems Require Bigger Global Solutions
    Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 50: Big Climate Problems Require Bigger Global Solutions
    Think of this episode of the podcast as a patchwork quilt. Host Peterson Toscano has woven together five segments from around the world that each stand alone, but together tell a larger story. Listen to the stories of Olivia Oguadinma, Doerte Wihan, Artist Shane Petzer and Solomon Goldstein-Rose.  Listen Now ! more
  • CCL's review of Select Committee climate report
    CCL's review of Select Committee climate report
    After a yearlong process, the majority staff of the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis released its report on June 30th. The report was a substantial 547 pages long and covered many topics, including carbon pricing. CCL staffer Jerry Hinkle and CCL volunteer David Kline dug into the report and prepared the following summary, which will be helpful to CCL volunteers in interpreting the report and using its findings. It is important to note that the report represents the work of the Democrats on the committee and is not a bipartisan consensus. more
  • Community Release - July 13, 2020
    Community Release - July 13, 2020
    Updates  include new personalized "From Names" for email messages, Email Subset improvements, and autosave design improvements.  New and Updated Content:  Additional Supporting Ask (Growing Climate Solutions Act), and Engaging Students Through Internships, Storytelling, and Planning A Joint Virtual CCL Meeting With Your Member Of Congress training pages. more
  • Growing Climate Solutions Act Moves Forward With Hearing, House Version
    Growing Climate Solutions Act Moves Forward With Hearing, House Version
    Bipartisan legislation to support climate-smart farming methods picked up significant steam in Congress recently. The Growing Climate Solutions Act was  introduced  in the Senate in early June, and last Wednesday, the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee held a  hearing  on the bill. On Friday, June 26th, an evenly bipartisan group of representatives introduced a House version of the legislation. For more information about CCL's take on the bill and to see a one-page PDF see CCL Community's Supporting Asks resource page. more
  • July Monthly Meeting W/ Dr. Renee Lertzman, Environmental Psychologist
    July Monthly Meeting W/ Dr. Renee Lertzman, Environmental Psychologist
     Dr. Renee Lertzman, environmental psychologist will be CCL's July Monthly Speaker and discuss an approach that combines behavioral sciences, social sciences and innovative design sciences to create a powerful approach to engagement and social change on climate change. more
  • Community Release - June 29, 2020
    Community Release - June 29, 2020
    Updates  include a new autosave feature, fixes to forum post formatting and profile photo fields. New and Updated Content:  CCL's 2020 Legislative Plan, Social Media Basics, Communicating with Conservatives & Progressives, and #CCL2020 Conference resources, videos and presentations.  more
  • Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 49: Unleashing our imagination
    Citizens’ Climate Radio Ep. 49: Unleashing our imagination
    Join Host Peterson Toscano for Episode 49 of Citizens’ Climate Radio. Three guests join us to help unleash our imagination potential: Hannah Pickard from  the National Network of Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation ;  Dr. Natasha DeJarnett , a leader in environmental health research and board member of Citizens’ Climate Education and Physicians for Social Responsibility; and  Sean Dague , a software engineer by day, a CCL group leader, and an En-ROADS Climate Simulation tool ambassador.  more
  • Summer Reading Groupings From CCL's Research Department
    Summer Reading Groupings From CCL's Research Department
    By Jerry Hinkle and Rick Knight, CCL's Research Coordinators Given Citizen' Climate University is on summer break for the week ahead and some CCL volunteers may have more time on their hands during social distancing, the CCL Research Department has put together several “curricula” of existing resources you can use to become more expert on topics ... more

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