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On behalf of everyone at ecoAmerica and our partners, we’d like to thank you for all you do to lead on climate — particularly amidst our compounding crises — and for joining us at the American Climate Leadership Summit LIVE ONLINE, the largest and most diverse gathering of leaders dedicated to expanding American public support and political resolve for climate solutions. Find out how you can continue to connect with ecoAmerica’s climate action and advocacy in this eUpdate.

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American Climate Leadership Summit 2020 Available On-Demand

Did you miss a session of the American Climate Leadership Summit 2020? Head to ecoAmerica’s YouTube channel for access to ALL ACLS 2020 LIVE recordings now including: Where We’re At, Where We Need To Go On Climate, Multi-Solving: Pandemic, Economy, Racism, Climate Change, Getting To Global Restoration, Challenging the Assumptions, and The Politics of Climate Change.

Watch Now
ANNOUNCING: The American Climate Leadership Awards 2021

Calling all climate change heroes, activists, and changemakers! Are you working to engage Americans in climate advocacy and action? Have you made important progress, even during this time of compounded crises? If so, apply for the American Climate Leadership Awards 2021 for the chance to win a share in $155,000 to continue your work! You can learn more by watching the informational webinar on ecoAmerica’s YouTube channel here, or join us for the next information session on October 19.

Nominate or Apply Now
Upcoming Webcast: Collective Community Action for Climate Solutions

Join us on October 2 at 2pm ET for a special Let’s Talk Climate episode. Climate solutions can be driven by community leaders, by active grassroots organizations, or better yet, by both together. The business community, local congregations, and the health community can be supportive or not. How do we bring all of these forces together to move our communities and policymakers toward effective action for climate solutions? Learn success stories from ALL 3 of ecoAmerica’s program directors on building coalitions of support for climate action through diverse and inclusive engagement.

Register Here

ICYMI: Last week, ecoAmerica’s Path to Positive Communities Program Director, Hon. Jennifer Roberts, hosted a powerful discussion with elected leaders who have been successful in garnering support for climate action from both sides of the aisle. You can watch all Let’s Talk Climate episodes on-demand on ecoAmerica’s YouTube channel here

Will You Help Get Out The Vote This November?

The election is only 40 days away. You can check your state’s vote-by-mail eligibility requirements, and help protect people’s right to vote with ecoAmerica’s voting resources — please use and share widely!

Get Out The Vote
Announcement: Leading US Health Organizations Call for Action on Mental Health and Climate Change

On the final day of the American Climate Leadership Summit, ecoAmerica announced the launch of the Social Climate Leadership Group, a newly formed group of 17 national organizations working to address the mental health aspects of climate change. Read more about the group’s vision and call for others to join below.

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ecoAmerica Featured in The Asian Highway

The Asian Highway, the top media outlet for in-depth news and feature stories on the Asian American experience has recently featured ecoAmerica’s work in a number of their articles. Check out their pieces on Empowering Environmental Action Through Community, The Intersection of Environment and Faith, and Environmental Justice.

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Feature Blog: 2020 ACLS Climate Scholar & Nurse Climate Champion

Gloria Barrera, MSN, RN, PEL-CSN, Public Health Nurse, Adjunct Professor, ANHE Member, and 2020 ACLS Climate Scholar, writes about how she committed to helping future nurses understand the role they have in addressing critical issues related to the environment and climate change in this special feature blog.

Read More Here
Welcome Our New Chief Development Officer, Robbianne Mackin

Robbianne Mackin brings over 20 years of high-level fundraising experience in education, social science and physical and life sciences to ecoAmerica. Robbianne has also worked for private and non-profit organizations such as NPC Research, The Nature Conservancy, Wildlife Conservation Society, and National Audubon Society. We’re excited to have Robbiane on our team! Welcome, Robbiane!

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