Thank you to those who attended the Saturday meeting - if you missed it, you can listen to the national call (about climate and national security) online. They also announced some great new ways to help out:
Vote for the CCL proposal in the MIT Climate Co-lab Contest. If we win, this will be a very large platform for us to spread our message.
Vote for the CCL proposal here!
Help with CCL follow-up from the People's Climate March in New York. CCL folks will be gathering names of people interested in our proposal - call the folks from the list to help get them started.
Go to this link and scroll down to where it asks if you want to help with follow-up calls.
Speakers bureau 4-week training starting up September 25th, 5 pm
Learn about giving CCL presentations - just listen in if you want!
To sign up, email Jerry Hinkle: email@example.com
Write Letters to the Editor in newspapers where there is no CCL group (Modesto Bee, Redding Searchlight, Stockton Record, Reno Gazette). Training included
To sign up, email Harold Hedelman: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, September 12, 7 pm
George Marshall, climate communicator extraordinaire
Why our brains are wired to ignore climate change
1701 L St, Goethe Room St John's Lutheran Church
Sunday, September 14, noon-2 pm
How global warming affects us all - now and in the future
890 Morse Ave, Sacramento
Pilgrim Hall, Sierra Arden United Church of Christ
sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Earth Justice Ministry
CCL Sacramento Chapter Leader
Capitol to Capitol Climate Action!