Rank #1: CCL: The Energy Innovation & Carbon Dividend Act Reintroduced
On January 24, 2019, the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act was reintroduced into Congress by Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL-22), and original cosponsors Reps. Francis Rooney (R-FL-19), Judy Chu (D-CA-27), Charlie Crist (D-FL-13), Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-CA-18), Rep. Daniel Lipinski (D-IL-3), and Rep. Scott Peters (D-CA-52).
Join CCL's Mark Reynolds, Madeleine Para, and Danny Richter in a webinar that celebrates this achievement, reviews the basic framework of the bill, and highlights what CCL is calling on volunteers to do today, tomorrow, and over the next few weeks to help now that a bill introduced.
Outline (skip forward to times listed):
Review of the Bill's Basic Framework (starts at 2:12)
What Happens This Year (starts at 8:42)
Review of Actions & Next Steps (starts at 15:45)
Mark Wraps up (starts at 23:55).
This historic bipartisan legislation would enact carbon fee and dividend into law when passed, and is the result of the hard work and support of thousands of CCL volunteers over many years. The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act of 2019 incorporates the most important provisions of carbon fee and dividend: a fee on carbon emissions at the source that starts at $15 per ton and goes up $10 per year, and a full dividend allocated to households. There are also a few provisions that have been added that are not in our proposal.
For Full Details, visit: www.cclusa.org/bill.
For the extended Q&A from this webinar, visit: https://youtu.be/MUUPmElrrNQ
Jan 25 2019
Rank #2: Nov 2019 Call with Andy Hoffman
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
Nov 09 2019
Rank #3: CCR Ep 37 Baseball, Circus, and Climate Change with MLB pitcher Brent Suter and circus artist Eliana Dunlap
In this episode we feature two people with very unconventional jobs. Milwaukee Brewers pitcher, Brent Suter is concerned about climate change. He is using his platform to speak out. Circus artist and podcaster, Eliana Dunlap, "does circus" and is using circus arts to raise awareness about climate change.
There is a growing movement among professional athletes. Beyond greening the sportsworld, more and more champions are using their platforms to urge large scale responses to climate change. Lew Blaustein, editor at Green Sports Blog, writes about this trend. He has been introducing Citizens Climate Radio host, Peterson Toscano to professional athletes who are not afraid to talk about climate change.
Brent Suter received a scholarship to play baseball at Harvard University, where he studied environmental science. He learned about the effects of climate change and what how we need to drastically reduce our pollution. At first that meant making individual lifestyle choices to lower his own personal carbon footprint, but he has been expanding his efforts. Through his Strike Out Waste initiative, he got professional baseball players to use reusable water bottles during spring training.
That’s just a start. Brent understands we need to change national energy policy. In a recent interview for the Green Sport Blog he said, "At this point in time, a carbon pricing program and higher incentives for clean energy are absolutely imperative towards the goal of stabilizing our climate and ensuring a healthy and viable future for our planet. The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act would not only help achieve these goals, but would give the funds raised back to the people, save countless lives, and create millions of jobs! A Green Revolution needs to happen fast, and this law, if passed, would play a vital role in helping solve the most important problem of our lives.”
Hear our exclusive interview and learn more about the exciting news about how Brent is taking on climate change.The Art House
Eliana Dunlap was not born into a circus family; instead she learned circus arts at a circus school in Quebec. Her circus skill set is impressive and includes acrobatics, juggling, dance, and her speciality, the German Wheel. She has been performing circus arts in non-traditional spaces. She is also someone who is creatively responding to climate change. Through her podcast, Changing the World and Other Circus Related Things, she is connecting with other concerned circus artists. She is also one of the founding members of the Circus Action Network.
Eliana likens the high stakes world of circus arts to the challenges we face with climate change. She also sees examples from the circus world about how we can get people from various backgrounds to work together. This summer she and a friend will do street performances of a new circus art show called, High Stakes--What's the Plan(t)? In addition to lots of juggling and acrobatics, the show features a live plant as part of the action.
In this fascinating interview, Eliana opens up about the world of circus and how she and other concerned artists are creating avenues for a deeper conversation about climate change.Puzzler
In answer to last month's question, high school student, Jerome Foster II, explains why in his climate work he is more of an advocate than a rebel.New Puzzler Question
It’s a weird one, but there is a method in Our madness. We need to expand the ways we talk about climate change. Here is the question:
What color do you associate with climate change and why? or What sound do you associate with climate change and why?
Answer either or both.
Try answering the puzzler question. Leave your name, contact info, and where you are from. Get back to host, Peterson Toscano by July, 15, 2018. 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.)Dig Deeper
- United Nations Sports for Climate Action Framework
- Brent Suter on Major League Baseball Network Twitter with a video about sustainability
- WTMJ 4 featuring Brent Suter's skills doing impressions
- See Eliana Dunlap on the German Wheel and on the Trapeze
- A short documentary about the German Wheel
- High Stakes--What's the Plan(t) video promo
You can hear Citizens’ Climate Radio on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher Radio, SoundCloud, Podbean, Northern Spirit Radio, Google Play, PlayerFM, 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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Jun 22 2019
Rank #4: CCL's Online Climate Advocate Training
For those who can’t attend our Climate Advocate Training live, we provide a pre-recorded version here. After attending CCL's informational session (http://cclusa.org/intro) join Amy Bennett, CCL’s Director of Congressional Liaisons & Lobby Days, and Brett Cease, CCL’s Volunteer Education and Engagement Coordinator as they welcome you to CCL!
In this training you will:-Learn the basics of becoming an effective climate advocate (throughout)-Review the structure, mission, and values of CCL (from beginning)-Practice how to appeal to the best in others and build common ground (11:09)-Review CCL’s methodology of creating political will (20:57)-Learn how to conduct constructive meetings with elected representatives (42:42)-Review the details and further resources to understand the Energy Innovation & Carbon Dividend Act (49:24)
Slides & Notes/Transcript: http://cclusa.org/climate-advocate-training
Connect with your local chapter and explore CCL Community: https://community.citizensclimate.org/chaptersFollow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/citizensclimatelobby and Twitter: http://twitter.com/citizensclimate/
Mar 17 2019
Rank #5: CCL Training: Guide to Communicating Carbon Pricing Training
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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Aug 30 2019
Rank #6: CCL Training: Understanding Congress Basics
Join Taylor Krause, CCL's National Outreach & Partnership Coordinator, and Sara Wanous, CCL's Membership Coordinator for a training focuses on the details of Congress, the policymaking process, and what life is like for members of Congress and their staffers.
This webinar is also a part of CCL's Core Volunteer Training, a series specifically created to support you in becoming more active with CCL and answering any questions you might have across a wide range of topics.
Skip ahead to the following section(s):Committees & Chambers (3:27)How A Bill Becomes Law (11:42)What's Law Like In Congress? (20:35)Citizen Advocacy Resources (34:10)
Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/cvt-congressTraining on CCL Community: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/61Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/citizensclimatelobbyFollow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/citizensclimate/
Jun 01 2019
Rank #7: The Path Forward: CCL Strategy with Dr. Danny Richter - #CCL2019 Conference
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.
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
Rank #8: August 2019 CCL Meeting with Sam Daley Harris
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
Rank #9: May 2019 Meeting with Carlos Curbelo
Before leaving Congress, Carlos Curbelo did more than any Republican to tone down the divisive rhetoric on climate change and start a movement to turn it into a bipartisan issue. Along with Rep. Ted Deutch (D-FL), he led the formation and growth of the Climate Solutions Caucus, which had 45 Republicans and 45 Democrats at the end of the previous Congress. In January, he joined the Center on Global Energy Policy at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, and he also joined the advisory board of the Millennial Action Project, a nonprofit focused on getting younger lawmakers to work across the aisle and to bring civility to the governing process. He joins this month’s call to talk about building the momentum for a bipartisan approach to solving climate change.
Helpful Links:Monthly Action Sheet: http://cclusa.org/actionsheetAlex Honnold Expresses Support for HR 763: https://community.citizensclimate.org/bulletin/2101/26Cincinnati & Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Endorses HR 763: https://energyinnovationact.org/supporters-overview/
May 11 2019
Rank #10: CCL Training: Columbia University's Assessment of the Energy Innovation Act
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.
Skip ahead to the following section(s):
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
Rank #11: CCL Training: Carbon Dividend Distribution
Curious about how the policy details behind how the Energy Innovation Act's carbon dividends will get back to households?
Join CCL Research Coordinator Rick Knight for a training that will provide a detailed look at the administrative pathway for how carbon dividends can be returned that addresses key questions about the carbon fund, distribution framework, and its taxability.
Skip ahead to the following section(s):Policy Review & Background (2:15)Distributing the Dividend (8:00)Comparing with H.R. 763 (27:11)
Webinar slides: http://cclusa.org/dividend-distributionThis training on CCL Community: https://community.citizensclimate.org...Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/citizensclimatelobbyTwitter: http://twitter.com/citizensclimate/
Apr 19 2019
Rank #12: CCL June 2019 Meeting with Shi Ling Hsu
Dr. Shi-Ling Hsu is the John W. Larson professor and Associate Dean for Environmental Programs at the Florida State University College of Law. He is the author of The Case for a Carbon Tax: Getting Past our Hang-ups to Effective Climate Policy, which remains the most comprehensive general treatment and argument for carbon taxation. He teaches and writes in the areas of environmental and natural resource law, climate change, law and economics, and property. Professor Hsu holds an M.S. in ecology and a Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics and was an EPA Star Fellow from 1996-98.
Helpful Links:Monthly Action Sheet: http://cclusa.org/actionsheetJune Conference videos - Link to Community: http://cclusa.org/presentationsDr. Shi Ling Hsu: The Case for a Carbon Tax: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/137
Jun 08 2019
Rank #13: CCL Monthly Meeting - Jan 2020 with John Woods
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
Rank #14: Core Volunteer Training: Climate Change Science
Join Dr. Sandra Kirtland Turner, CCE Board Member and Assistant Professor of Paleoclimate at UC - Riverside for a deeper discussion about:
- Understanding the natural carbon cycle as well as the basic concepts behind climate change (4:11)
- Exploring how humans factor in (11:28)
- The importance behind the scientific method and peer review process (18:33)
- Responding to common questions (21:31)
- A Success Story: The Ozone Hole (30:24)
- Final Takeaways about communicating the science of climate change (36:18)
- How to take action to find out more information and connect with climate scientists local to your group (40:26)
Core Volunteer Training is specifically created to engage and support new CCL volunteers in becoming more active and answering any questions you might have across a wide range of topics.
Training Slides: cclusa.org/cvtclimatescience
Training on CCL Community:https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/51
Mar 17 2019
Rank #15: CCR Ep 39 Envisioning and Communicating Climate Success
In this episode Hannah and Blair share the techniques they have been using, including a “values-first” approach. Through NNOCCI’s research, they identified two motivating values that prove highly effective in opening up conversations with members of the public. The first value is Protection—we feel a strong need to protect the people and places we love. And the second is Responsible Management. We value solving problems earlier before they become too big.
In addition, NNOCCI advises climate communicators to to speak less about the mechanisms leading to climate change and its effects. Instead they encourage us to focus our conversations on solutions. Hannah and Blair share how to lead the conversation to a place of hopeful engagement. Providing achievable, large scale solutions coupled with a clear vision of the benefits these solutions will have on our communities and familes is an extremely powerful combination. It will motivate people to believe, dream, and act.
Blair Bazdarich has spent the past 20 years becoming an expert in science communication, but she didn't realize that's what she was doing until recently. Through volunteering, performing, shoveling poop, learning new languages, teaching, painting, and advocating for endangered species, she has found her niche in the science community. In her current position as Education & Engagement Manager at the San Francisco Zoo & Gardens, she runs the ZooMobile program, which brings animals to schools throughout the Bay Area, and several teen volunteer programs, where she mentors high school students in conservation and education. Blair is also an active member of the National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation (NNOCCI), and serves in the Governing Council, working to unify the national narrative and action plan on climate change. In her spare time, she is the resident "Zoologist" on the podcast This Week in Science, or TWIS.
Hannah Pickard is Program Manager for the NNOCCI and is responsible for network management and operations. Hannah has led NNOCCI’s efforts on curriculum development, facilitator training, and alumni support since 2010. She has a background in education program development, implementation and evaluation for families, schools, and community groups. She holds a B.A. in studio art and Italian from Connecticut College and an Executive Certificate in Social Impact Strategy from the University of Pennsylvania. She also has training in evaluation from Lesley University and in conservation psychology from Antioch University.
Hear these conversations to gain value lessons from leaders in the field of climate communication.
The Art House
Sometimes we cannot easily imagine the impacts legislation and policy can make. Andrews Smalls from City Lab wrote the article, What American Cities Looked like Before the Environmental Protection Agency Was Created. "Since 1970, the agency has reduced the six most common air pollutants by more than 50 percent, reduced air toxins from large industrial sources by almost 70 percent, and eliminated the use of ozone-depleting chemicals. And this progress was accomplished even as the country’s GDP tripled, energy consumption increased by 50 percent, and vehicle use nearly doubled."
Of course we have still have work to do. We need to reduce localized pollution and heat-trapping greenhouse gases globally. So how do we build the political will so that the public clamors for legislation and policy that will change how we get and use energy? We need to communicate to the public what success looks like. Envisioning success in our climate work though requires imagination.
To help us with this task Sean Dague, the group leader for the Mid-Hudson South chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby, leads us through a powerful exercise. He asks us, What does a decarbonized world look like? What does it smell like? What does it sound like?
Once you hear Sean’s vision of a successful future, we invite you to continue the exercise. Try some creative writing. Write a short story or a letter from the future about what you see, smell, and hear. Maybe create visual art, a drawing or painting. If you can’t draw or paint, get images from magazines and on-line then create a collage. Write a song, create a map, choreograph a dance. Use art to capture a vision of a decarbonized world. Even if you do not see yourself as an artsy person, just try it.
Towards the end of his life, writer Kurt Vonnegut would say, "Everyone should practice art because art enlarges the soul."
PLEASE feel free to share your art with our host, Peterson Toscano, and let him know if I can share it with listeners, on the podcast, Facebook, and Twitter.
If you have art from this exercise to share or if you have idea for the Art House, feel free to contact Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org.Puzzler
Joining us to answer last month’s question about climate adaptation is Doug Parsons, the host of the America Adapts podcast.
New Puzzler Question
You just spoke to a group of middle school students about your climate change work. During the Q&A a student named Victor says, “I am freaking out because of all the bad stuff I am seeing and it seems like it is just getting worse and worse. I really do not see the point of even trying anymore. I think we are too far gone. What difference does this make?”
Lots of people young and old feel the same way. So how do you respond to Victor? How can you validate his fears while also giving him reasons to hope and pursue solutions.
Send us your answers. Leave your name, contact info, and where you are from.
Get back to Peterson by September, 15, 2019 Email: radio @ citizensclimate.org or leave a voicemail of 3 minutes or less: 518.595.9414. (+1 if calling from outside the USA.)Dig Deeper
- Climate Interpreter, Do you work or volunteer with an aquarium, zoo, national park, national marine sanctuary, or other informal science education center that is addressing climate change? Connect and share with a national community of colleagues and peers.
- NNOCCI’s Research Reports, Frameworks Institute
- What Does Success Look Like? Reports from the Future from Climate Stew
- Role of Values in climate change community engagement, NewsDay
- America Adapts podcast episode 95 Summer Sizzle featuring Citizens Climate Radio
- Citizens Climate Radio Ep 12: Values that drive CCL’s work
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Aug 24 2019
Rank #16: Introduction To The Energy Innovation Act
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
Rank #17: CCL Training: Getting New Volunteers Engaged
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
Rank #18: CCU: Exploring Carbon Fees & Clean Air Act Regulations
Join Dr. Ross Astoria, CCL Board Chairman and Chair of Politics, Philosophy, and Law Department at University of Wisconsin at Parkside for a webinar exploring the important history of the Clean Air Act and how key EPA regulations would interact with federal carbon pricing like the Energy Innovation Act.
Webinar slides: http://cclusa.org/clean-air-regs
Skip ahead to the following sections:
Administrative Law Review (2:19)
Clean Air Act History & Framework (5:27)
EPA Greenhouse Gas Regulations (14:07)
The Energy Innovation Act’s Pause (18:13)
Evaluation Framework For Carbon Pricing & Regulations (26:50)
Final Takeaways (39:10)
Training on CCL Community:https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/261
Additional Q&A available: https://youtu.be/v-hfah9OYJo
Mar 15 2019
Rank #19: CCL Training: Extreme Heat & Local Climate Impacts Resources
Join Dr. Kristina Dahl, co-author of the Union of Concerned Scientist's recent report "Killer Heat in the United States: Climate Choices and the Future of Dangerously Hot Days."
Dr. Dahl will review the main findings of the report, the importance of communicating local impacts from climate change, as well as how to use the Union of Concerned Scientists' new tool where you can see an estimated number of extreme heat days for cities and counties in the US in your own local outreach and meetings. We'll also review where you can find the rest of CCL's Local Impacts Resources on CCL Community.
Extreme Heat Report & Tool: https://ucsusa.org/killer-heat
Background on the Analysis (3:14)About the Heat Index & Scenarios (6:39)Mid- and Late-Century Projections (7:50)Takeaways & Tool (12:43)Questions (15:26)Finding Local Impacts Resources on CCL Community (18:30)
Tonight’s slides: http://cclusa.org/extreme-heat
CCL Resource: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/424Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/citizensclimatelobby
Sep 07 2019
Rank #20: CCL Training: Outreach To Faith Communities
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