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People’s Climate March – The Day After

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April 30, 2017 by John Crapper

 

On April 30th, the day after the People’s Climate March, Climate Hawks Vote is hosting a training for leaders of the climate movement who are considering running for office!

We need bold progressives to run for office who will lead on climate, and stand in stark contrast to Donald Trump’s climate denial and the fossil-fuel industry agenda.

At the training we’ll hear from grassroots leaders who have gotten elected themselves and made major progress by stopping fossil fuel projects, advancing renewable energy, and helping their communities deal with climate disasters. And we’ll be joined by some of the top progressive political strategists and trainers in the country.

This training is for you if:
– you are considering running for office yourself in the next one to three years,
– you want to help a friend run for office,
– or you want to learn how a local electoral strategy could help your campaign.

Engaging in local politics is a critical part of the climate movement, whether we’re fighting for divestment, no new fossil fuels, or solutions like community solar and green building policies.

Organized by: Climate Hawks Vote and Lead Locally, with

350 Action
AllofUs
Blue America
ClimateTruth.org Action
Communities for a Better Environment Action
Democracy for AmericaFood & Water Action Fund
Friends of the Earth Action
Netroots Nation
Oil Change USA
Progressive Change Campaign Committee
Progressive Democrats of America
#VOTEPROCHOICE
Working Families Party
Food & Water Action Fund
United We Dream Action

Note:  This training is available for RSVP both in DC and online. See climatehawksvote.com/training for more details.


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Climate Hawks Vote

WE ARE CLIMATE HAWKS

We’re seeking to elect leaders willing to take on the greatest challenge facing the next few generations of humanity. Too many Democratic politicians consider climate to be just another issue bubbling below the surface of top priorities, and too many advocates are willing to excuse Democratic politicians who tout their states’ coal and oil resources. We need aggressive, progressive champions of climate justice—climate hawks.

The Republican Party is so deeply entrenched in denying the existence of climate change and protecting the fossil-fuel industry that if a Republican climate hawk were to emerge, we would look hard at a Republican’s willingness to buck leadership as well as the Republican’s position on climate.

We work to engage and educate voters, advocate on climate change in general election contests, and back climate hawks in Democratic primaries. We engage and train younger climate hawks interested in running for office. And we work on campaigns to mobilize the American people and our elected officials to act aggressively to end greenhouse pollution and build a renewably powered, just society that is resilient to the threats of a changing climate.

 

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