Climate Action Call Script


Call Script:  

Hi my name is {insert name} a constituent from {Insert City & State}.  There is no doubt that climate change is real and poses a grave danger to current and future generations of Americans. This week elders, parents and children from across the country are gathering at the Nation’s Capitol to demand immediate action on climate change. As your constituent, I urge your immediate support of legislation that will take action to lower greenhouse gas emission and support the goal of 100% clean energy, across the entire US economy, by 2050

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ECA Congressional Meeting Sample

Local Questions to Ask — From the National Resource Defense Council

Top Concerns Members of Congress Have About Carbon Fee & Dividend and Best Responses –provided by Citizen’s Climate Lobby

Writing Your Member of Congress — From American Association of Law Libraries

Want to send a letter to your Members of Congress?  Use the easy to send ECA letter templates and add your own message — we’ll deliver it to their email inbox for you.

Have you heard of Resistbot?  It’s a great tool to keep in touch with your Members of Congress via a simple to use text message from your Smart Phone.  Text RESIST to 50409 to get started.  You can text at any time, about any topic that is important to you.  Resistbot will format you text into a letter format, including a signature (you will set up) and will send it via FAX to your representatives.  You will receive confirmation of the fax.  Occasionally, Resistbot may ask to send your message as a letter to the editor of your local newspaper as well,  or select it for personal delivery by a representative of Resistbot.


Why isn’t the Message Getting Through?  Yale Project on Climate Change Communications

An excerpt from Bill Moyers great interview with Anthony Leiserowitz, PhD. Director of the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication. Here is the full-length interview:

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