Fwd: You're invited to "Climate Conversation Campaigns: A Climate Access Case Challenge"
From: Scott Jackson (sjackzen46gmail.com)
Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2014 14:17:16 -0800 (PST)
As you can see, MNIPL's Climate Conversations Campaign has a national
connection. I have been advocating that FUS and FUS/CCC become one of ten
MN congregations to join the pilot project. The introductory training and
organizing meeting will be held the same day, Thursday, February 27, at
6:30-8:30 pm, at 2104 Stevens Ave S. (I've already committed to helping out
with the Campaign, even without FUS's participation, so I'll be there early
to help set up.)

I hope others will have the interest, time, and energy to join me that
night. If FUS participated, the goal would be to collect 100 climate
conversations between now and September. I couldn't do it alone - I'd need
an enthusiastic team to join me.  More information can be found at MNIPL's
website here: http://mnipl.org/join/climate-conversations.html.

Scott Jackson
sjackzen46 [at] gmail.com

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From: Climate Access <info [at] climateaccess.org>
Date: Wed, Feb 19, 2014 at 3:00 PM
Subject: You're invited to "Climate Conversation Campaigns: A Climate
Access Case Challenge"
To: Scott <sjackzen46 [at] gmail.com>

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invited to our upcoming roundtable discussion:*
"Climate Conversation Campaigns: A Climate Access Case Challenge" February
27 from 10-11:30am PST (1-2:30pm EST) - via webinar


Research shows that people are most influenced by their families and
friends when it comes to climate disruption; however, the issue is rarely
talked about at the inter-personal level and in many communities, climate
change is not something discussed publicly. Opening up the space to allow
climate conversation to occur is an important strategic priority. In other
public policy areas, such as the freedom to marry, doing so in a
coordinated manner has proven to generate policy wins, as was the case with
the Minnesotans United

Join us on *Thursday Feb 27 from 10-11:30am PST (1-2:30pm EST)* for a
problem-solving webinar *"Climate Conversation Campaigns: A Climate Access
Case Challenge
the type of conversations that can motivate climate action and
how to develop peer-to-peer campaign strategies in support of policy and
energy behavior change.

Using a case study format, a panel of experts, as well as participating
Climate Access members, will hear from Minnesota Interfaith Power and Light
about the development of a new campaign that uses relational and
dialogue-based approaches to motivate congregational members to act on
climate change; and will have a chance to provide guidance on campaign
design. The webinar will be moderated by Climate Access founder Cara Pike
and will feature a panel of experts from Grassroots Solutions, Social
Innovation Lab, as well as a strategic communications specialist.
      We hope you can join us!

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