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September 2021

September State Climate Policy Network National Call

September 29 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Webinar
Free

Want to learn about how climate policy campaigns are developing in states across the country - from Vermont to Nebraska to Montana to Hawaii? Have exciting climate policy developments to share with a network of like-minded individuals? Join us for our monthly State Climate Policy Network national call! This one-hour, once-a-month call is the perfect opportunity to learn about the different legislation and movements going on in states across the US. Legislators, advocates, and experts will join us and inform…

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October 2021

Passing State-Level Food Policy

October 14 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Webinar
Free

Food production uses up half of the Earth’s habitable land, and is responsible for nearly a third of global heat-trapping emissions. These emissions come from the growing, processing, transporting, storing, cooking, and disposing of the foods we eat every day, and in the wake of a climate crisis that requires a breadth of bold solutions, emissions from the food cannot be ignored. About 6% - 8% of human-caused emissions could be eliminated if we stopped wasting food, and plenty of…

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October State Climate Policy Network National Call

October 27 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Webinar
Free

Want to learn about how climate policy campaigns are developing in states across the country - from Vermont to Nebraska to Montana to Hawaii? Have exciting climate policy developments to share with a network of like-minded individuals? Join us for our monthly State Climate Policy Network national call! This one-hour, once-a-month call is the perfect opportunity to learn about the different legislation and movements going on in states across the US. Legislators, advocates, and experts will join us and inform…

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November 2021

Learning from Indigenous Climate Advocacy

November 18 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Webinar
Free

Native tribes’ close relationship with and dependency on the natural environment has placed them on the frontlines of a crisis they are not responsible for. Though Indigenous communities contribute relatively small amounts of greenhouse gas emissions, climate change poses a significant threat to Indigenous survival and ways of life. However, we are increasingly understanding the immense value that Indigenous knowledge has in guiding natural resource conservation, regeneration, and land stewardship.  Indigenous communities on the frontlines of the crisis are transitioning…

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