Monthly Calls and Speakers
Monthly International Call
Every month we host an educational call for all of our supporters. During this time you’ll hear from a guest speaker, plus receive legislative and organizational updates from CCL staff.
Join us live on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 1pm ET for 1 hr. To join visit: cclusa.org/meeting.
Missed the call? Recordings are available to watch on YouTube or listen to the podcast on PodBean or iTunes.
Upcoming Monthly Call Guest Speaker
December 10th: Marcelo Mena, CEO of the Global Methane Hub
Reducing methane emissions will be one of the keys to staying within the 1.5 C warming threshold. To learn what steps are being taken to lower those emissions, this month's speaker is Marcelo Mena, CEO of Global Methane Hub, a philanthropic alliance to support methane emissions reduction efforts around the world. Mena previously served as Minister of the Environment of Chile and has extensive experience as a scientist, activist, former professor, and policymaker. In his role as Minister of Environment, he spearheaded multiple international environmental initiatives including helping craft a landmark agreement to phase out coal power generation. On this month's call, he will offer his perspective on the recently convened COP27 climate conference.
November '22: Sam Daley-Harris, Civic Courage
How do you empower citizens to effectively engage with their government to solve big problems? We talk this month to the person who literally wrote the book on this topic, Sam Daley-Harris. He's the founder and CEO of Civic Courage, and he'll share some of the successes he's seen with the organizations he's coached. One of those is Citizens' Climate Lobby. In 1980, Sam founded RESULTS, a grassroots advocacy organization working to end hunger and poverty. He is the author of Reclaiming Our Democracy: Healing the Break Between People and Government, which tells the stories of life-changing moments people had in discovering their power to make a difference. In the aftermath of the midterm elections, Sam will also explore the lessons we can apply to our climate advocacy.
Speakers July 2022 through October 2022
October '22: Stephen Perkins and Quill Robinson, ACC
September '22: Hahrie Han, Johns Hopkins University
August '22: Bob Inglis, republicEn, and Princella Talley, OpEd Project
July '22: Nathaniel Stinnett, Environmental Voter Project
September '20: Tina Johnson, Director of National Black Environmental Justice Network
September '19: Dr. Jonathan Haidt, author of The Righteous Mind
November '16: Dr. Katherine Hayhoe, Climate Scientist
Visit our volunteer website, CCL Community for a full archive of monthly speakers and more playback options.