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Official podcast for climate heroes from Citizens' Climate Lobby. We're creating the political will for a livable world.

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Official podcast for climate heroes from Citizens' Climate Lobby. We're creating the political will for a livable world.

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Very informative podcast to be an an effective climate advocate

By Brian Ettlaing - May 08 2019
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Very effective podcast combining the monthly calls of Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL), the weekly Citizens' Climate University, and the Citizens Cliamte Radio. This podcast really helps keep me up to date with the latest information from CCL, since I am an active CCL volunteer. Highly recommmend this podcast for anyone looking to be a more effective climate advoace.

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By Peter Jarka-Sellers - Jun 14 2016
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Great podcast with all of CCL's monthly calls and other content.

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36 Ratings
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Very informative podcast to be an an effective climate advocate

By Brian Ettlaing - May 08 2019
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Very effective podcast combining the monthly calls of Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL), the weekly Citizens' Climate University, and the Citizens Cliamte Radio. This podcast really helps keep me up to date with the latest information from CCL, since I am an active CCL volunteer. Highly recommmend this podcast for anyone looking to be a more effective climate advoace.

Great!

By Peter Jarka-Sellers - Jun 14 2016
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Great podcast with all of CCL's monthly calls and other content.
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Citizens' Climate Lobby

Latest release on Oct 24, 2020

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Rank #1: Economics of Carbon Fee & Dividend Policies [Core Volunteer Training]

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Join Robert Archer, US-AID economist (retired) and CCL Economic Policy Network co-lead for a Core Volunteer Training webinar on deeper ways of thinking about the key components of the three key dimensions behind any carbon fee and dividend policy, including the Energy Innovation Act.

Skip ahead to the following section(s):The Fee (4:38)The Dividend (15:13)The Adjustment (20:33)Concluding Thoughts (28:45)

More InformationPresentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/economics-cvt

CCL Community Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/58Economics Policy Network Action Team: https://community.citizensclimate.org/groups/home/1772

Feb 20 2020

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Rank #2: John Wood | Citizens' Climate Lobby | January 2020 Monthly Speaker

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Searching for ways to bridge the partisan divide in America, we hear this month from John Wood, Jr. at Better Angels, a national citizens’ movement “to reduce political polarization in the United States by bringing liberals and conservatives together to understand each other beyond stereotypes.” Wood is a national leader for Better Angels, a former nominee for Congress, former Vice-Chairman of the Republican Party of Los Angeles County, and author of the upcoming book, “Transcending Politics: Perspectives for a Divided Nation.”

Jan 11 2020

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Rank #3: CCL Training: Columbia University's Assessment of the Energy Innovation Act

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Join Dr. Noah Kaufman, Research Scholar at Columbia University, and Jerry Hinkle, CCL Research Coordinator, for a live webinar discussing the recently released Columbia University's "Assessment of the Energy Innovation Act." This study offers an up-to-date, independent assessment from a prestigious institution of the Energy Innovation Act’s impacts on emissions, air pollution, and Americans’ finances. It confirms that the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act is effective at reducing emissions and is good for people.

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Emissions Impacts (8:13) Energy Production & Prices Impacts (15:04)Government Revenues (20:01)Impacts Beyond The Assessment's Scope (24:29) ​​​​​​​Comparison To Other Proposals (27:39)

Columbia Website: energypolicy.columbia.edu/research/report/assessment-energy-innovation-and-carbon-dividend-actCCL Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/184Follow Citizens' Climate Lobby on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobbyTwitter: https://twitter.com/citizensclimate

Nov 15 2019

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Rank #4: Andy Hoffman | Citizens' Climate Lobby | November 2019 Monthly Speaker

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Solving climate change — and saving civilization as we know it — will require a major systemic shift in our culture. Andrew Hoffman maintains that we are in a societal moment akin to a new era of enlightenment. He joins us to talk about the system-level changes to our thinking needed in the anthropocene and the role of business in the great rethinking of our economy. Hoffman is the Holcim (US) Professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the University of Michigan. He has published 16 books, including:

Helpful Links: CCL November Action Sheet: https://cclusa.org/actionsheet

The Next Phase of Business Sustainability

How Culture Shapes the Climate Change Debate

Climate Change and Our Emerging Cultural Shift

Nov 09 2019

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Rank #5: CCL Training: Self-Care For Stress Reduction

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The overwhelming unknown of a global pandemic, impacting our families, our futures, and for many of us, our own well-being is quite the recipe for chaos, both inside and out. Add to this the underlying stress of climate change and everyday life management and our well-being as climate advocates can teeter on the edge. This training features CCL Pacific Northwest Regional Coordinator and Education & Engagement Assistant Tamara Staton and CCL's Peer Support Action Team Co-leads Laura Sacks and Jeff Joslin to support us in attending to our inner advocate - the one who so clearly wants change, ease and calm, but may at times struggle to find it.

Skip ahead to the following section(s):Consider The Context (4:28)Know Yourself & Accept Your Needs (5:57)Lean On Your Resources (10:04)The Importance Of Play (18:14)Climate Anxiety Event (27:36)CCL Peer Support Action Team (30:32)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/self-care-stress-reduction

Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/citizensclimatelobby

Twitter: http://twitter.com/citizensclimate/

Apr 03 2020

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Rank #6: CCL Training: Talking Climate Change with NNOCCI

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This training will boost your skills in proven communications techniques that shift the national conversation about climate change to be more positive, civic-minded and solutions-focused through providing an overview of the National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation's recommendations for identifying common values, metaphors, and solution-framing.

Skip ahead to the following section(s):What is NNOCCI? (3:14)NNOCCI Resources Available (11:40)What Americans Think About Climate Change (13:37)The Core Story of Climate Change (21:35)What Does This Look Like In Conversation? (31:48)Summary & Next Steps (44:15)

Presentation PDF: https://cclusa.org/talking-climate-change-training

CCL Community Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/451

Follow NNOCCI On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NNOCCI/

CCL Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobby

Apr 10 2020

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Rank #7: CCL Training: Communicating With Progressives

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Join Solemi Hernandez, CCL Southeast Regional Coordinator for a training that provides recommendations on how to talk about the Energy Innovation Act with progressive groups, highlight trusted organizational statements made about the legislation, and what CCL's ongoing plan for outreach to non-profit organizations is at the national and local level.

Skip ahead to the following section(s):CCL's Niche in the Climate Movement (1:50)Connecting with your Progressive Member of Congress (5:28)People over Policy (15:54)What CCL National Is Doing (23:47)Environmental Justice (27:00) Helping With Local Outreach (36:14)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/progressive-communications

CCL Community Training: https://community.citizensclimate.org/topics/communicating-across-the-aisle/communicating-with-progressives

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/citizensclimate/

Mar 27 2020

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Rank #8: Bob Inglis | Citizens' Climate Lobby | February 2020 Monthly Speaker

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Our February guest, Bob Inglis, is no stranger to Citizens' Climate Lobby. A member of CCL's advisory board and the governing board of Citizens' Climate Education, Bob served as a Republican Congressman from South Carolina from 1993 to 1999 and again from 2005 to 2011. During his tenure, Bob introducing the Raise Wages, Cut Carbon Act — a revenue-neutral carbon tax. After leaving Congress, he started republicEn.org, an organization devoted to persuading conservatives to address climate change with market-based solutions. Bob has been a featured speaker at CCL national and regional conferences, coaching volunteers on how to effectively engage conservatives on climate change.

Featured Links: Register for June Conference: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/2020-june-conference/

RepublicEn: https://www.republicen.org/

CCL February Action Sheet: https://cclusa.org/actionsheet

Join Us! http://cclusa.org/join

Feb 08 2020

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Rank #9: CCL Training: Guide to Communicating Carbon Pricing Training

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Join George Marshall, Climate Outreach's Co-Founder & Director of Training and Consultancy (and former CCL Monthly Speaker) along with Tom Erb, Partner Relations Coordinator, Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition at The World Bank in a training that will help CCL volunteers improve our communications around carbon pricing policy based on the main findings and recommendations in the Guide to Communicating Carbon Pricing report (Partnership for Market Readiness & Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition, 2018).

Skip ahead to the following section(s):Background & Key Findings (2:53)Improving The Standard Narrative (16:41)Challenges To Communicating (27:47)Energy Innovation Act Applications (33:58)Ground Rules for Effective Conversations (42:13)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/communicating-carbon-pricing

CCL Community Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/423

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Twitter: http://twitter.com/citizensclimate/

Aug 30 2019

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Rank #10: The Path Forward: CCL Strategy with Dr. Danny Richter - #CCL2019 Conference

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CCL's Vice President of Government Affairs outlines Citizens' Climate Lobby's strategy and approach for the year ahead, then responds to questions from the audience at the #CCL2019 Conference.

#CCL2019 Conference Presentations & Videos: http://cclusa.org/presentationsFollow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobbyTwitter: https://twitter.com/citizensclimate

Dr. Richter joined CCL’s staff in 2013 after five years as a volunteer, completing his Ph.D., and getting paid to do scientific research on all 7 continents. As CCL’s first staffer in DC, he established our DC office where he has been responsible for developing our overall legislative strategy, clarifying the details of our policy, and interacting with other groups in DC. He has also overseen CCL’s research program, leading to our REMI Study, Household Impacts Study, and Dividend Delivery Study.

Jun 23 2019

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Rank #11: Dr. Jonathan Haidt | Citizens' Climate Lobby | September 2019 Monthly Speaker

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How did American politics get to be so dysfunctional? It has a lot to do with psychology, and our guest this month, Jonathan Haidt, will help us wrap our heads around this phenomenon. A Professor of Ethical Leadership at New York University Stern School of Business, he is the author of The Righteous Mind: Why Good People are Divided by Politics and Religion. Haidt’s book explains the origins of the human moral sense and how variations in moral intuitions can help explain the polarization and dysfunction of American politics.

Helpful Links: Monthly Action Sheet: http://cclusa.org/actionsheethttps://www.openmindplatform.orghttps://righteousmind.com/about-the-book/discussions-of-the-book/CCL Youth Outreach: youth@citizensclimate.orgFind out more at https://www.citizensclimatelobby.org

Sep 14 2019

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Rank #12: Introduction To The Energy Innovation Act

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Join Dr. Danny Richter, Vice President for Government Affairs with Citizens' Climate Lobby, in a training that walks through the components the bipartisan Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act of 2019, H.R. 763, and helps new volunteers understand the details of this historic legislation.

Skip Ahead To The Following Section(s):The Policy Benefits (1:37)How It Works (3:18)Support The Act (5:43)

Take Action: http://cclusa.org/energy-innovation-actEndorse The Act: https://energyinnovationact.org/endorse/More Details: http://cclusa.org/ennergy-innovation-qaQuestions? http://cclusa.org/energy-innovation-act-forumFollow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobby/Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/citizensclimate

Jun 28 2019

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Rank #13: Sam Daley Harris | Citizens' Climate Lobby | August 2019 Monthly Speaker

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Just how powerful and influential is grassroots advocacy? Our guest this month, Sam Daley-Harris, will share examples of organized citizen lobbying that had a major impact on national policies and priorities. Sam is the founder and CEO of Civic Courage, a non-profit that coaches organizations to improve the effectiveness of their advocacy work. In 1980, he founded RESULTS, an organization working to end hunger and poverty, which later became the model for Citizens’ Climate Lobby. Sam is also the author of Reclaiming Our Democracy: Healing the Break Between People and Government.

Helpful Links:Civic Courage: https://civiccourage.org/Monthly Action Sheet: http://cclusa.org/actionsheetCarbon Pricing Bills in Congress: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/220Follow Citizens' Climate Lobby on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobbyTwitter: https://twitter.com/citizensclimatehttps://citizensclimatelobby.org

Aug 10 2019

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Rank #14: CCL Training: Outreach To Faith Communities

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This training focuses on how to begin reaching out to your national faith headquarters, potential allies, and local places of worship, given that many voices within the faith community have been making a moral case for action on climate change.

Featuring the stories of Bill Bray (CCL Presbyterian Action Team & TX Woodlands Leader), Andy Panelli (CCL IL Chicago South Suburbs Group Leader), Nadine Sapirman & Ann Perry (CCL Unitarian Universalist Action Team Co-Leads) and Judy Berlfein & Dadla Ponizil (CCL Jewish Action Team and CCL CA San Diego North Co-Leads)

Skip ahead to the following section(s):Overview of Faith Outreach (2:19)Presbyterian Faith Outreach (6:45)Catholic Faith Outreach (15:49)Unitarian Faith Outreach (22:27)Jewish Faith Outreach (31:45)Where to Find Faith Action Teams (40:04)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/faith-outreach

CCL Community Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/337

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Dec 20 2019

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Rank #15: CCR Ep 41 Tuskegee University Research Breakthrough

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Tuskegee University is a historically Black University in Alabama founded in 1881. From the early work of George Washington Carver, Tuskegee has trained generations of researchers who are unraveling mysteries from the natural world. Dr. Carver wrote, “I love to think of nature as an unlimited broadcasting station, through which God speaks to us every hour, if we will only tune in.” 

Two researchers have been tuning in and made a series of extraordinary discoveries all from agricultural waste. Out of the muck Dr. Michael L Curry, Dr. Donald White, and a team of other researchers found a natural alternative to plastics, one that will biodegrade in less than 100 days. This will keep us from adding even more pollution to a very polluted world. Further researched revealed this material also has other extraordinary properties. 

According to Business Alabama, "Scientists working at Tuskegee University have found a bio-based material that shows promise for capturing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere — a more immediate solution to climate change than revamping land and forestry usage or geo-engineering.”  
 
Host Peterson Toscano chats with Dr. Curry and Dr. White. They discuss their findings and the important ethical issues that must be considered when introducing a new product into the marketplace. Hear an informative and inspiring conversation with two researchers who are actively seeking solutions for the challenging problems we face.
Dr. Curry and Dr. White continue in the tradition of George Washington Carver and the many curious, well trained, and highly skilled researchers at Tuskegee University.
 
The Art House
Helping the public engage in climate change requires skillful communication and a lot of creativity. One troupe of performers in Northern Europe decided to break out of the box altogether. In the Summer of 2019 they presented a performance piece in Norway and Denmark. Instead of bringing the audience into a theatre, Acting for Climate took their show to eight different harbor. For a stage, they used a very large wooden boat. Into the Water is a theatrical circus performance aimed at raising ecological awareness. In addition to the performance, they organized festivals at each of the harbors.
Acting for Climate members Abigael Rydtun Winsvold and Nathan Biggs-Penton recreate the performance for our listening audience. Hear about the circus artists and their amazing feats as they climb the eight-story high mast, do acrobatics, and take the audience on a wild and moving ride. After each performance, the troupe connected with the audience for further discussion.  
 
Abigael found the response to be better than she imagined, "People came up to us and said that they were really really touched. Even sixty-year-old men, which I don’t normally see crying. I barely have seen anyone I don’t know crying in this age group. They came up to us and said, 'Wow! I’m really touched. I’m just going to take a walk and cry for myself right now.' That was really touching for us to hear people were touched by the performance, not only excited, but also shaken a bit somehow."
 
Puzzler Question

 We will extend the puzzler question from last month.  

After attending the recent climate strikes, imagine you run into your cousin, Kristan. She saw news reports about events around the world. She says, “I love the sign ‘system change not climate change,’ but it seems like a total fantasy. They expect everyone to go vegan or something? What systems can we change that will make any difference with climate change?"  

Kristan needs some help envisioning the kind of change that you are pursuing. How would you answer her?  

Send Peterson your answer by November 15, 2019, along with your name, contact info, and where you are from. You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org or leave a voicemail of 3 minutes or less at 518.595.9414. (+1 if calling from outside the USA.)

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You can hear Citizens’ Climate Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher RadioSoundCloudPodbeanNorthern Spirit RadioGoogle PlayPlayerFM, and TuneIn Radio. Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens’ Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio.

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Oct 26 2019

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Rank #16: CCL Training: Focusing Your Grasstops Outreach

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One of the most critical elements of building political will for the Energy Innovation Act is spotlighting the support in for business, civic, and faith leaders in your local district.

Join National Partnerships Coordinator Stephanie Doyle and other CCL leaders in a training that will help you personally research your member, find major employers, focus your grasstops outreach and prioritize the community leaders important for your member of Congress.

Skip ahead to the following section(s):Who Are Grasstops & Why Care? (2:05)How to Focus Your Research (4:14)Starting & Using An Organizer (9:27)Connecting With Impacted Industries (18:48)Lessons From the Hill (23:33)Bringing The Grassroots Voice to Your Member (29:17)Case Study: NC Asheville's Story (37:58)

Resources:Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/focusing-grasstopsTraining page on Community: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/273Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobbyTwitter: https://twitter.com/citizensclimate

Jun 29 2019

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Rank #17: CCL Training: Getting New Volunteers Engaged

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In this training, learn from CCL leaders Miranda Phillips and Jean Ritok about suggestions for engaging new volunteers coming back for more, including how to welcome your new volunteers and successfully onboard them into your group, how to delegate and keep people constantly involved.

Skip ahead to the following section(s):Welcoming New Volunteers (3:09)Three Phases on Onboarding (8:44)The Power of Asking For Help (31:59)Smaller Chapter Considerations (35:27)Setting Up Your Group On Community (37:42)

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/new-volunteers-engagedCCL Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/298Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/citizensclimatelobbyTwitter: http://twitter.com/citizensclimate/

Aug 24 2019

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Rank #18: CCR Ep 42 Better Angels Bridging the Political Divide

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Adam Rosenbalm and Austin Ramsey study at East Tennessee State University (ETSU.) Both raised in Conservative families in the South, they arrived on campus at a time when American citizens were more politically polarized than ever.  After the 2016 election it seemed the country was more polarized than ever. Conversations quickly became debates that led to arguments. Both Adam and Austin wanted to do something about the partisan divide between Conservative and Liberal Americans. Fortunately they learned about a new group called Better Angels.  According to the Better Angels’ website, "Better Angels is a national citizens’ movement to reduce political polarization in the United States by bringing liberals and conservatives together to understand each other beyond stereotypes, forming red/blue community alliances, teaching practical skills for communicating across political differences, and making a strong public argument for depolarization.” They do this through their Red and Blue Workshops. With the help of a skilled facilitator, Better Angels hosts parliamentary styles debates. After attending a Better Angels’ event, Adam and Austin decided to bring the Better Angels’ style of debate to the ETSU campus. They hosted the first-ever Better Angel’s debate on a college campus. They chose a hot button topic that drew a large audience. Adam explains, “East Tennessee State University is in rural Tennessee…and firearms are a part of most people’s lives, and so we set forth the resolution that said, ‘Resolved: Students should be allowed to carry guns on campus.’ The whole premise of the event after that was people were asked to either speak in the affirmative or the negative on the topic.” Throughout the debate students were given space to share their feelings about the topic and raise questions. What often becomes a heated debate where people walk away angry and further divided instead became a space of deeper understanding and friendship. Because of skillful facilitation and clear guardrails that kept the conversation moving forward, the ETSU Better Angels gun debate was a huge success.  Austin says, “It really won over the campus. Students really connected with the style. We had students on both side of the issues that at the end worked together to say, hey, we need to meet to talk about this issue. We need to work together, because now we see this issue is deeper than a gun…it’s about how we’ve been raised, how we perceive this issue, where we were born, and how some of the milestones in our lives affect how we think about this. And that’s important when we talk about these difficult issues.”After that initial success, Adam and Austin organized debates on other topics. They share with Citizens Climate Radio host, Peterson Toscano, some of the insights they have learned that help them to foster civil discourse that results in genuine understanding and appreciation of people on the other side of an issue. They also talk about climate change and the challenges that must be overcome when organizing an effective dialogue between Conservatives and Liberals.  

The Art House
Being a climate advocate can be very difficult. How do you maintain hope in the face of bad news and apathy from those around you? Where do you find encouragement and inspiration? What role can faith play in our climate work? These are the questions Rev. Dr. Leah D. Schade and Rev. Dr. Margaret Bullitt-Jonas  the editors of a new anthology of essays by climate change faith leaders, wanted to answer. They bring together 21 climate leaders in the book, Rooted & Rising: Voices of Courage in a Time of Climate Crisis. Contributors include Dr. Katharine HayhoeRev Fred SmallCristina Leaño, and Rabbi Shoshana Meira Friedman. In his introduction to the book, Bill McKibben argues for the need for a faith-based book about climate action, “…love, I would suggest, is what finally roots this volume: a love for the world around us, in all its improbable glory, and for the people who alone can bear witness to that glory and rise to its defense. If they are indeed summoned to that calling, it may be in part by fear—by the proper functioning of the survival instinct. But I suspect it will be more by love, the ever-great mystery. This volume opens some windows on that mystery, because the people whose words are collected in it have been powered by that force.”In the Art House the editors speak briefly about the book, and then contributors, Dr. Nathasha DeJarnett, a research coordinator at the National Environmental Health Assocation reads a portion of her essay, “The View from My Window. Corina Newsome, from Young Evangelicals for Climate Action  shares how her hope was rekindled through the process of writing her piece, “The Thing with Feathers.” Once she received her copy of the book and read the other essays, she found even more hope. 
 
Puzzler

We hear answers to last month’s puzzler: System Change, Not Climate Change. What does that even mean? New Puzzler QuestionYou are talking to your neighbor, Darren. You explain the many possible ways of we can address climate change.  One proposal is to charge energy companies a fee when they extract fossil fuels. The money collected then goes to households. You say this carbon fee and dividend plan will serve as an incentive to switch over to cleaner sources of energy.  Darren replies, “Well that’s stupid. People will just use the dividend they get to continue paying for fossil fuels.  Giving them money enables them to stay in their fossil fuel lifestyles?”What do you have to say to Darren?    

Send Peterson your answer by December 15, 2019, along with your name, contact info, and where you are from. You can email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org or leave a voicemail of 3 minutes or less at 518.595.9414. (+1 if calling from outside the USA.)
 
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You can hear Citizens’ Climate Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher RadioSoundCloudPodbeanNorthern Spirit RadioGoogle PlayPlayerFM, and TuneIn Radio. Also, feel free to connect with other listeners, suggest program ideas, and respond to programs in the Citizens’ Climate Radio Facebook group or on Twitter at @CitizensCRadio.

If you listen on iTunes, please consider rating and reviewing us!

Nov 23 2019

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Rank #19: Drew Jones | Citizens' Climate Lobby | July 2019 Monthly Speaker

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Drew Jones, is Co-Founder and Co-Director of Climate Interactive, a think tank that provides modeling for climate policies and tools, giving policy-makers a realistic view of what's needed to contain global warming below 2 degrees Celsius. Drew will share details of Climate Interactive's new climate policy simulator En-ROADS, a fast, powerful tool for understanding how we can achieve our climate goals through changes in energy, land use, consumption, agriculture, and other policies.

Helpful Links:To sign up for En-ROADS updates and the tool: http://en-roads.orgMonthly Action Sheet: http://cclusa.org/actionsheetFor the video shown at the end, visit: https://youtu.be/bd8SjXTMgco

Jul 13 2019

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Rank #20: CCL Training: Engaging Your Chamber of Commerce

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Tune into to hear CCL Miami Group Leader and Senior Sustainability Educator Greg Hamra walk through how to go about engaging your local Chamber of Commerce to build relationships with this influential group in your community in order to seek their members’ support for the Energy Innovation Act.

Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/chamber-outreach CCL Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/399Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobbyTwitter: https://twitter.com/citizensclimate

Jun 25 2019

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