Advocacy training on Climate Change! October 18, 2021

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Congress is considering critically important climate legislation — and our future health and wellbeing, even our survival, hang in the balance.

With the outcome facing a deadlock, you need to make your views heard by your U.S. senators and representative. The best way to do that is to meet with them and tell them yourself.

Do you know how to do that in these Covid times? Know how to set up an online congressional meeting? What to expect? Whom you’ll meet with, and how to prepare?

For practical step-by-step guidance, join us for an online coaching session:

“Speaking with Congress: How to be an effective Climate Ambassador”
Wednesday, October 27
5:00 – 6:00 pm Eastern

In this interactive Zoom training, we will explain how to request an online meeting with your Member of Congress, how to prepare, what to say and how to follow up. Then we’ll open it up to hear for your questions and to hear your experiences.

Join us for this lively interactive session — and strengthen your advocacy skills for the planet!


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