September National Call: Mobilizing with Bill McKibben and Helen Mancini

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September 26 4th Tuesday of the Month, 7PM (Eastern) | 4PM (Pacific) *this call will be 75 minutes long The Power of the People—Mobilizing for Climate Action with Bill McKibben and Youth Organizer Helen Mancini   Longtime climate activist Bill McKibben, youth organizer Helen Mancini, and a number of Elders who attended the “March to […]

Special Event – Creating Sustainable Systems: Soil, Carbon, and Food

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CONFRONTING THE CLIMATE CRISIS Larry Rosenberg Memorial Webinar Series   Creating Sustainable Systems: Soil, Carbon, and Food Thursday, September 28, 7:30 pm to 9pm     The panel will highlight some of the technical/economic/political/practical challenges and opportunities that we need to honestly face in order to make nature-based climate-improving strategies actually work at scale.  Our […]

October National Call: Nathaniel Stinnett from Environmental Voter Project

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October 24 4th Tuesday of the Month, 7PM (Eastern) | 4PM (Pacific) Mobilizing Voters with Environmental Voter Project's Nathaniel Stinnett   Our good friend Nathaniel Stinnett from the Environmental Voter Project will discuss how EVP identifies inactive environmentalists and transforms them into consistent voters to build the power of the environmental movement and how we […]

ELECTRIFY YOUR LIFE

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Special Webinar: Electrify Your Life Tuesday, November 14 7PM (Eastern) | 4PM (Pacific) Building an electric grid powered by clean renewable energy, using it to operate our homes and offices, our transportation, and industry, is essential to creating a future that avoids the worst effects of climate change. This will provide a foothold in allowing […]

Panel: Organizing Older Climate Voters

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SPECIAL EVENT Co-hosted with Environmental Voter Project Panel: Organizing Older Climate Voters Thursday, January 4, 2024 7 PM ET | 4PM PT According to the Environmental Voter Project's (EVP) recent report, Gray is the New Green: The Growing Strength of Older Climate Voters, older voters (age 65+) are now the second most likely age group […]

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Join the Welcome to Elders Climate Action! Monthly Session

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Welcome to Elders Climate Action! We are a community of elders who care about preserving our planet for our grandchildren, future generations and all life. As a new member we would like to invite you to a special Welcome Session where you can hear more about who we are, what ECA has been doing, our plans for […]

January National Call – Outcomes of COP28

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Reflections on the Outcomes of COP28 National Call & Action Party January 23 4th Tuesday of the Month, 7PM (Eastern) | 4PM (Pacific) 8-8:15PM Action Party A lot happened at COP28, was it just smoke and mirrors? We witnessed a historic global agreement to move away from fossil fuels, the creation of a Loss and […]

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Join the Welcome to Elders Climate Action! Monthly Session

Zoom

Welcome to Elders Climate Action! We are a community of elders who care about preserving our planet for our grandchildren, future generations and all life. As a new member we would like to invite you to a special Welcome Session where you can hear more about who we are, what ECA has been doing, our plans for […]

Special Event: Exploring EPA Standards & Understanding the Congressional Review Act

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Special Event: Exploring EPA Standards & Understanding the Congressional Review Act Co-hosted by the Breathe Again Collaborative February 22 4PM (Eastern) | 1PM (Pacific) Monty Jones from the Climate Action Campaign will join us to discuss the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed standards to clean up pollution, critical steps in addressing the climate crisis. He […]

February National Call – Carbon Free Buildings

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Let's Talk Carbon Free Buildings with Ashita Gona from RMI National Call & Action Party February 27 4th Tuesday of the Month, 7PM (Eastern) | 4PM (Pacific) 8-8:15PM Action Party Ashita Gona from RMI will discuss the importance of addressing fossil fuel combustion in buildings to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and address public health, and […]

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