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You Can Do This: Replicable Models for Local Climate Action
Ready, set, replicate! Tune in for part three in our special three-part series to learn how you can replicate the success of extraordinary programs that are mobilizing Americans for just and equitable climate solutions. Hear directly from 2022 American Climate Leadership Award finalists –individuals and organizations who are building diverse public engagement and political resolve for climate action at local, regional, and national levels– and gain access to their step-wise guides to replicate their success.

The American Climate Leadership Awards (ACLA) hosted by ecoAmerica, recognizes, rewards, and amplifies best practices for replicable climate change advocacy and action in America. We celebrated these incredibly inspiring finalists at the Awards ceremony during the American Climate Leadership Summit this March. Watch the ceremony and celebration on-demand at https://bit.ly/3lrZLOzACLA2022Playlist.

Guest Speakers will include:
September 15: Nancy Metzger-Carter from Schools for Climate Action will be speaking about Schools for Climate Action’s free grassroots initiative to engage the education sector in climate justice.

Closed captioning will be provided.

Join us for this Path to Positive episode of ecoAmerica's webcast series, Let's Talk Climate, on September 15 from 2 - 3 pm ET.

The episode will be moderated by Gibbs Rehlen, ACLA Program Director at ecoAmerica.

Part one and two of the series can be viewed on ecoAmerica's YouTube channel.
Sep 15, 2022 02:00 PM
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Nancy Metzger-Carter
Sustainability Curriculum Coordinator @Schools for Climate Action/Sonoma Academy
Nancy Metzger-Carter is the Sustainability Curriculum Coordinator at Sonoma Academy in Santa Rosa, CA and leads the Schools for Climate Action campaign (S4CA). Her students facilitate the national Schools for Climate Action campaign and actively engage in writing local, state and federal climate policy as a part of academic classes. In 2019, Nancy’s S4CA students worked with Rep Barbara Lee to co-author House Resolution 29: Supporting the Teaching of Climate Change in Schools. In 2020, her students co-authored SCR53, Declaring a Climate Emergency in California which is up for a final vote in the CA Assembly this fall. In March 2022, her students introduced House Resolution 975, Expressing the mental health impacts of recurrent climate-related disasters on youth with Rep Mike Thompson (CA) and Rep Kathy Castor (FL). Her students have participated in over 120 congressional meetings urging climate action while also training and empowering high school students from around the country.