Upcoming Events: 

Saturday, November 9

CCL Sacramento General Meeting, 9:45 – noon,

New Location: First United Methodist Church, 2100 J St, Sacramento, CA 95816

  • National address streamed from Washington DC

  • Local Chapter topics

Mark your Calendar - Our meetings are the 2nd Saturday of the month. The next 2 General Meetings are Saturday December 14 and January 11.   Note, First United Methodist Church is a new location!

Tuesday Nov 5 

CCL Zoom from 4-5.  Ask Me Anything (AMA) CCL’s Science Policy Network for a Climate Science AMA. The first Tuesday of every month with a new speaker and Dana Nuccitelli https://community.citizensclimate.org/groups/discuss/viewtopic/1773/1810/5380

  

Saturday, November 9

CCL Climate Advocate Training – 11 am to 2 pm

Round Table Clubhouse, 2345 Sunset Blvd, Rocklin, CA 95765

In Person training – meet other CCLers, learn a lot, Big Bonus, you don’t have to fly to DC to get the training!

​Here's the Eventbrite listing with details.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/climate-advocate-training-tickets-74645547843

Nov 6 - 11

Citizens Climate Lobby National Call In Days 

Call your member of the House of Representatives  to amplify the voices of 500 ++ volunteer citizens who will be meeting with members of Congress in Washington DC on Nov 12, 2019 to ask them to enact Carbon Fee legislation.  Tell your representative that passing legislation on climate change is urgent. Go here to identify your member of the House and how to contact them:  cclusa.org/call    Refer to HR 763, The Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act.  To read more about it: Google HR 763 to go to the Congressional website or go here: https://citizensclimatelobby.org/energy-innovation-and-carbon-dividend-act/     Note this bill has 86 co-sponsors.

Monday & Tuesday, November 11 and 12, Washington DC 

Education Day and Lobbying on the Hill 

Over 500 CCL volunteers will be in Washington DC to lobby.  They spend one day in training and another day lobbying  members of the House and Senate.

November 15  

Film and potluck at Kat’s.  Film = The Human Element, Earth, Air, Water, Fire. 

Share food around 6 pm and see the movie about 7:30. The movie goes into the elements of Air, Fire,Water,  and Earth . It is a great movie to show to young people and there are lessons that are aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards(NGSS.) Please invite anyone who works with young people.  These are the ones we need to step up and advocate for the Climate!    Please call Kat McOmie to RSVP at 916- 801- 3825  Come one come all bring your friends!! Let's have fun!  

Saturday & Sunday, January 18 and 19

NorCal Conference, in Oakland.

This Conference is for northern California CCL chapters.  Attendees will include staff from CCL National, interesting speakers, and lots of other volunteers. 

Learn more and register:  https://citizensclimatelobby.org/ccl-regional-conferences/

There are sessions for training and skills building, education, and planning.  Attendees will be new to CCL as well as experienced members – what ever your situation, you will fit in. 

Your Personal Monthly Event

Make a Call Once a Month to Your Congressperson

You can find time to make a call once a month to your member of the House.  It takes 3 minutes or less. Just tell them – you are very concerned about the climate crisis and want them, your elected representative, to take action. 

How To Steps:

  1. Create a Calendar Event on your phone or calendar. On the number day of your birth (1st, 23rd whatever) put a reminder to yourself to make the call.

  2. Use the REPEAT function to make it monthly reminder on that number day.

  3. Include this URL in the Event:  https://citizensclimatelobby.org/call-your-representative-about-the-energy-innovation-and-carbon-dividend-act/#/54/

  4. Call your member of the House first.  Then, call your Senators.

Climate Change Class - Videos

In the fall of 2018,  Dr. Tom Suchanek, Dana Nuccitelli and Dr. Jim Lerner - all Sac CCL members taught a class on Climate Change through the Rennaissance Society.  For information about climate change, go to Tom Suchanek's web site:   https://www.tomsuchanek.net.  The classes were video taped and you can access them from this website: https://www.tomsuchanek.net