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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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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

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

Rank #1: CCU: Carbon Tax Economic Modeling (Audio)

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Join CCL Research Coordinator Jerry Hinkle and Columbia University’s Dr. Noah Kaufman in a training that explores the general provisions of recent carbon tax economic and energy models used by Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy and Stanford’s Energy Modeling Forum (EMF 32).

The webinar compares and contrasts these models' estimated energy distribution impacts with each other while exploring revenue options.

The webinar closes with highlighting analysis of the recent MARKET CHOICE Act and fielding questions about the larger body of work studying the impacts of carbon fee policies like CCL’s Carbon Fee & Dividend.

For a link to the slides and full training visit: https://community.citizensclimatelobby.org/learn/carbon-fee-and-dividend/carbon-tax-economic-modeling/

Our website: https://citizensclimatelobby.org

Follow us on FB: https://www.facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobby

Twitter: http://twitter.com/citizensclimate

Youtube: www.cclusa.org/youtube

Sep 14 2018
40 mins
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Rank #2: Dr. Katharine Hayhoe's Opening Plenary - #CCL2019 Conference

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Dr. Katharine Hayhoe is an atmospheric scientist whose research focuses on understanding what climate change means for people and the places where we live. She is a professor at Texas Tech University, she hosts the PBS digital series Global Weirding, and she has been named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People and Fortune’s 50 World’s Greatest Leaders.

CCL 2019 Conference Presentations & Videos: http://cclusa.org/presentationsFollow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobbyTwitter: https://twitter.com/citizensclimate

Jun 15 2019
1 hour 13 mins
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Rank #3: The IPCC Special Report on 1.5 Degrees & CCL

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CCL's Research Coordinator Rick Knight reviews the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report “Global Warming of 1.5°C.” (or SR1.5).

In the presentation Rick reviews three main questions:

Why was this report written?

What does it tell us that’s new? 

How does it inform CCL’s work?

For a link to the slides and full video, visit: https://community.citizensclimatelobby.org/learn/climate-science/ipcc-special-report-1-5-degrees-ccl/

Nov 20 2018
21 mins
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Rank #4: Practicing Effective Lobbying - CCL’s Core Volunteer Training

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Join Amy Bennett, CCL’s Director of Congressional Liaisons and Lobby Days, for a webinar that will walk you through what an actual meeting with your member of Congress can look like ahead of meeting for CCL's June Conference in Washington, DC.

Skip ahead to the following section(s):Meeting Roles Review (3:06)Researching Your Member (7:54)Planning Your Meeting (14:49)Meeting Demonstration: Beginning (21:39)Meeting Demonstration: Middle (28:15)Meeting Demonstration: End (35:36)Final Reflections (40:57)

Webinar slides: cclusa.org/cvtlobbyThis training on CCL Community: community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/186Follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/citizensclimatelobbyTwitter: twitter.com/citizensclimate/

May 08 2019
44 mins
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Rank #5: CC Radio Ep 30 What Does the Bible Say About Climate Change

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Three American Evangelicals consider faith, theology, and global warming. Kyle Meyaard Schaap, National Organizer and spokesperson for Young Evangelicals for Climate Action (YECA) and Corina Newsome, YECA steering committee member on the diversity and civic engagement subcommittees, along with Rev. Josh Gibson, pastor of Emmanuel Bible Fellowship Church in Sunbury, PA, chat with host, Peterson Toscano about the Bible, stewardship, loving our neighbor, heaven, and earth. Discover how these Evangelicals approach the often political topic of climate change, and learn how to connect with Bible believers, who may not be environmentalists but care very much for what happens to people and to our earthly home. 

Art House

In response to the question, What Does the Bible Say About Climate Change? Tony Buffusio from the Bronx, NY (a comic creation of Peterson Toscano) tells the story of Joseph in the book of Genesis. Joseph lives in Egypt during a time of temporary regional shifts in the climate. Not only does he predict changes in weather patterns, he developes a plan of how to look after the people. Peterson is a Bible scholar with a passion for looking after the welfare of people who are affected by extreme weather events.

Puzzler Question

We hear from Jay Greene in Salisbury, England. She tells us what her faith has to do with climate change. 

Since this is such a rich question, we want to keep it open another month. 

Louis, someone you know from your faith community asks why are you involved in climate change work. You say, Lots of reasons, but a big part is because of my faith. Louis looks puzzled. He asks, Climate Change? What’s faith got to do with it?

So what do you say to Louis? How is climate change connected to your faith or religion or spiritual practice? How is climate change connnected to your faith or religion or spiritual practice? What do you have to add to this topic?

Send your answers to Peterson by December 10, 2018. Leave 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.) 

Dig Deeper
Here is a listing to the various Bible passages referenced in Ep 30. You can look up these verses at BibleGateway.

Genesis 1:26, Genesis 2:15, Leviticus 25:4, Pslam 24:1,2, Psalm 104:10-15, Colossians 1:15, Revelation 21, Matthew 25:31-46, Romans 8:19-21

You can hear Citizens’ Climate Radio on iTunesStitcher 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 17 2018
30 mins
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Rank #6: Core Volunteer Training: Diving Deep Into Carbon Fee & Dividend

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Core Volunteer Training is a webinar series to help newer CCL supporters connect with each other from across the world and empower them to achieve their larger goals for climate advocacy.

"Diving Deep into Carbon Fee & Dividend," features Robert Archer, US-AID economist (retired) and CCL Economic Policy Network contributor giving an in-depth presentation on new ways of thinking about the key components of the three dimensions of CCL's flagship policy.

Oct 10 2018
31 mins
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Rank #7: CCU: Taking Action Locally On the Energy Innovation Act

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Join CCL’s Action Coordinator Todd Elvins and Volunteer Education Coordinator Brett Cease for a webinar highlighting the actions volunteers can take across all five levers of political will to generate support for the Energy Innovation & Carbon Dividend Act.

Todd and Brett highlight a review of the actions all volunteers can take while walking through the "2019 CCL Chapter Action Guide" to help all CCL groups provide focused and widespread support for the new carbon fee and dividend legislation in Congress!

Skip ahead to the following sections:

Individual Actions (2:10)

Chapter Activities (7:15)

Lobbying Actions (12:56)

Grasstops Engagement Actions (17:50)

Grassroots Outreach Actions (29:45)

Media Outreach Actions (37:14)

Wrap Up & Contact Information (41:44)

Link to the Presentation Slides

Feb 01 2019
42 mins
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Rank #8: 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
7 mins
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Rank #9: CCR Ep 34 Extinction Rebellion and Students Demanding Climate Action

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Rebels are organizing. We are witnessing a growing global student protest movement around climate change. In episode nine our host, Peterson Toscano, chatted with Quaker author, speaker, and activist, Eileen Flanagan. She described the four different roles change agents take—Helper, Organizer, Advocate, and Rebel. This month we dig deeper into the role of the rebels—groups and individuals who disrupt business as usual in order to bring about systems change. 

In addition to capturing voices of protesters from the recent student walk-out in Honolulu, Hawaii, which was part of similar actions around the world, Peterson chats with Robin Boardman, from the British group Extinction Rebellion. Robin and his friends are planning major disruptive actions in London and other parts of the UK in mid-April. What are their goals, values, and methods? Join us for this insightful and moving conversation. 

The Art House

Returning to the Art House is Hope Clark. She is a dancer concerned about climate change. In episode 18 she told us how she decided to engage her community in the Washington DC area through a public art project. To do so, she used giant parachutes

Creating an art piece can help us process our thoughts and feelings about a topic as large and challenging as climate change. No surprise then, once she completed the Make a Movement Parachute Community Project, Hope began to go deeper into her own feelings. She found herself returning to an old comfort—an addiction to cigarette smoking. Hope is making powerful connections between her own addictions and society's addiction to fossil fuels. Through spoken word and dance, she is exploring the comforts we seek that have failed us. 

Puzzler Question
We have been getting excellent answers to our puzzler question. We want to hold this one out for another month. We look forward to hearing from you. 

Puzzler Question
You are at a family dinner when you mention your excitement about more and more people becoming concerned about climate change. Your Uncle Ralph interrupts, “Global warming? Seriously? What about all this record cold weather we have had? It doesn’t seem its warming at all?”
 
So what do you say? How can you open up a conversation about climate change that doesn’t just turn into a debate?

Send Peterson your answers by April 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 three minutes or less at 518.595.9414 (+1 if calling from outside the USA).
 
Dig Deeper

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!

(Photo from the Extinction Rebellion newsletter #16.)

Mar 23 2019
30 mins
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Rank #10: July 2019 Meeting with Drew Jones

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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.

Jul 13 2019
40 mins
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Rank #11: CCL Local Actions To Take On The Energy Innovation & Carbon Dividend Act

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Join Citizens' Climate Lobby’s Vice President of Programs Madeleine Para, CCL Action Coordinator Todd Elvins and CCL Southeast Regional Director Don Addu for a webinar highlighting the actions volunteers can take across all five levers of political will to generate support for the Energy Innovation & Carbon Dividend Act.

Video outline and sections: 3:26 - Don compares the focus for location action in 2018 & 20195:33 - Madeleine highlights actions with Congress and Lobbying11:26 - Madeleine highlights actions with generating media16:20 - Todd highlights grasstops engagement and endorsing actions30:27 - Don reviews grassroots outreach plans and opportunities36:48 - Don reviews chapter organizing plans40:39 - Madeleine role models communicating with others that might respond with criticism48:40 - closing contact information and inspirational Rep. Deutch quote

You can get more information on its website: www.energyinnovationact.org

As well as on CCL Community at: www.cclusa.org/bill

Dec 07 2018
50 mins
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Rank #12: A New Day for the Coalfields - #CCL2019 Conference

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Adele Morris, Senior fellow and policy director for Climate and Energy Economics, Brookings InstituteWith CCL Leaders Paul Burke and Jim Probst

This session presents CCL’s Coal Country Action Team’s white paper, “A New Day for the Coalfields” which calls for a 1% carve out from the fees collected, to be returned to the coalfields to aid in a just transition. This carve out for coal makes the bill more palatable for coal state legislators which impacts about 25 states. Even in a world with the EICDA, there is more to be done to provide opportunity to replace jobs and revenue in states and communities dealing with a rapidly declining coal industry.

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

Jun 21 2019
55 mins
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Rank #13: The Green New Deal, Explained - #CCL2019 Conference

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Rhiana Gunn-Wright, Policy Director, New ConsensusHannah Perry, DC Hub Coordinator, Sunrise MovementModerated by Stephanie Doyle

The Green New Deal has captured national headlines and reshaped the national dialogue around climate change. Meet a leader from the Sunrise movement who put the Green New Deal on the map, and a chief architect of what policies will be included in a Green New Deal, Rhiana Gunn-Wright of New Consensus. We’ll discuss how we got to where we are, what comes next, and how we can all push for solutions together.

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

Jun 21 2019
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Rank #14: CCL: The Energy Innovation & Carbon Dividend Act Reintroduced

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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
26 mins
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Rank #15: Piper Christian, Keynote Address - #CCL2019 Conference

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Piper Christian is a Freshman at the University of Utah. She has volunteered for Citizens Climate Lobby since her sophomore year in high school. In 2018, Piper worked with CCL volunteers and students to pass a resolution through the Utah State Legislature which recognized the impacts of climate change and encouraged emissions reductions. She has spoken on youth panels, organized Utah’s first youth environmental summit in 2017, and gave a TEDx talk on climate change communication in 2016.

CCL 2019 Conference Presentations & Videos: http://cclusa.org/presentationsFollow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobbyTwitter: https://twitter.com/citizensclimate

Jun 15 2019
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Rank #16: CCR Ep 38 Lew Blaustein and the Green Sports Movement

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Lew Blaustien, editor of Green Sports Blog, is very concerned about climate change.  A sports nut since childhood, Lew began a career in sportscasting, and eventually settled into the marketing side of professional sports. There was nothing in his background to suggest he would turn into a passionate climate advocate. The 911 attacks on New York City in 2001 though changed everything for him. You will hear about how that traumatic event set him on a new career path. 

Lew puts the challenges we face into perspective. He says, “Mike Trout of the Anaheim Angels—best player in baseball—recently signed a 400 plus million dollar twelve year contract extension. Twelve years is also what the IPCC said is the time frame that humanity has to reduce our carbon footprint by 45%—basically Mike Trout’s contract.” Lew believes sports fans can become instrumental in taking on climate change.  “We need to get the masses of people who follow sports...to engage on positive climate action.”

In this lively interview you will hear Lew brimming with enthusiasm as he reveals a growing trend in the professional sports world. More and more athletes, teams, and leagues are working hard to address environmental concerns. You will also hear from professional skier, Angel Collinson. Through Protect Our Winters she has been speaking to members of congress. In speaking with lawmakers and how many are concerned about climate change, she has become more determined than ever to speak out about the issue. Inspired by athletes like Angel Collinson and Milwaukee Brewers pitcher, Brent Suter, who we featured on Episode 37, Lew and other in the green sports movement are urging teams and players to take the next step—speak directly about climate change and endorse the policies that will address our dangerous pollution problems. 

The Art House

Poet liz gonzález joins us in the Art House. Her background is important to her work. She describes herself as “a fourth generation Southern Californian on my mother’s side and the daughter of a Mexican immigrant father who died when I was three.” A teacher of creative writing through the UCLA Extension Writers Program, liz writes poetry and creative non-fiction. Through her writing liz captures the beauty and the challenges of a rapidly changing landscape. For the Art House she reads from her book, Dancing in the Santa Ana Winds: Poems y Cuentos New and Selected. She explains how the power of the Santa Ana winds serves as a metaphor for the early years of liz’ marriage. She also reads a poem from the anthology, Fire and Rain: Ecopoetry of California

Though she is very passionate about the suffering that comes from pollution and climate change, liz reveals how difficult it is for her to write about social justice issues. “It has to just happen naturally. I can’t sit down and decide I want to write it. It always ends up sounding preachy, and there are people who do it so much better.” Experience the natural beauty liz recreates in her writing and learn about some of the challenges artists like liz face in a time of climate change. 

Puzzler

For last month’s puzzler we asked listeners to share with us the colors and sounds they associate with climate change. 

New Puzzler Question

On Facebook you reconnected with a childhood friend, Lydia. She has become worried about climate change and is wondering about what she can do right now to prepare for the effects of climate change. While she admires your work in mitigating climate change, she feels a growing interest in adaptation. Lydia asks you, “What are ways I can help my community to get ready for climate change?” 

This is a big question and hopefully the beginning of a larger discussion about climate adaptation. What are some ideas you have for Lydia? Where might she start in adapting to climate change? 

You’re welcome to answer either or both. Send Peterson your answers by July 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).

Dig Deeper

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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Jul 27 2019
30 mins
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Rank #17: 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 #18: CCU: Uncovering The CCL Brand (Audio)

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Why do we exist and who do we serve?

CCL’s brand is the deepest articulation of ourselves and helps us communicate our unique value to our volunteers, donors, congress members and partners.

Join CCL’s Marketing and Communications Team for a webinar that reviews CCL’ s brand pillars, style and messaging, why they’re important, and the guidelines on how to best use them.

For a link to the slides and full training visit: https://community.citizensclimatelobby.org/learn/communications/uncovering-ccl-brand/

Our website: https://citizensclimatelobby.org

Follow us on FB: https://www.facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobby

Twitter: http://twitter.com/citizensclimate

Youtube: www.cclusa.org/youtube

Oct 05 2018
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Rank #19: CCU: Exploring Carbon Fees & Clean Air Act Regulations

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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

Facebook: http://facebook.com/citizensclimatelobby

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

Additional Q&A available: https://youtu.be/v-hfah9OYJo

Mar 15 2019
41 mins
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Rank #20: CCL Training: Engaging Community Leaders

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Join CCL Action Coordinator Todd Elvins for a training that highlights the beginning steps to get started building support for the Energy Innovation Act from prominent local faith, business, and community leaders and elected officials who will impress your members of Congress in your own community.

Skip Ahead to the following section(s): Endorsement Story & Five Levers Review (2:25) Getting Endorsements (7:45) Using the Energy Innovation Act Website (17:08) Prioritizing Engagements (22:14) Types of Endorsements (27:08) Action Teams Discussed (31:30)

Resources: Presentation Slides: http://cclusa.org/cvt-grasstops Engaging Community Leaders Training Page: https://community.citizensclimate.org/resources/item/19/62Follow us on Facebook: http://facebook.com/citizensclimatelobby Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/citizensclimate/

Apr 27 2019
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