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Accelerating Climate Progress: Prominent Leaders Share Their Insights

Our American Climate Leadership Summit last September brought together more than 200 CEO-level leaders from a variety of sectors. With “solutions” as the focus of the event, these leaders spent the afternoon sessions collaborating on key priorities for accelerating climate progress in 2017 and beyond.   Now that we’re a few months into 2017 (and […]

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American Climate Leadership Summit Recommendations Report Now Available

Climate leadership can come from anywhere, and it takes many forms. On September 14-15, over 200 CEO-level leaders and experts from business, health, faith, higher education, communities, government, culture, philanthropy, and climate gathered in Washington, D.C. for the American Climate Leadership Summit. Over two days filled with inspiring speeches, panel discussions, working groups, and strategy […]

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New Report: Morality May Be the Key to Engaging Americans on Climate Change

As we’ve mentioned here before, 2015 was a pivotal year for the climate movement – in large part because faith leaders like Pope Francis helped reframe climate change as a moral issue. A new study by the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication found that this message could resonate well with Americans who are currently […]

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From Polar Bears to People: How the Climate Movement Changed in 2015

A few weeks ago, as world leaders were gathered in Paris for the climate conference, I was traveling around India with my husband. We spent the last night of our trip in the holy city of Varanasi, where we took an evening boat ride on the Ganges River. In accordance with custom, I lit a […]

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Putting People First: 3 Ways to Approach Climate Communications

When it comes to climate action, partnerships and collaboration – whether they are across party lines, between nations, or within your own community – are more necessary than ever. The Paris climate agreement, the growing urgency of our climate challenge, and an increased awareness that action is necessary to keep our planet healthy, all push us to […]

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New Research: 4 Top Messages for Strengthening Support for Climate Solutions

Last week, we released our latest research report, Let’s Talk Climate: Messages to Motivate Americans. Along with Lake Research Partners, ASO Communications, and the Natural Resources Defense Council, ecoAmerica has developed market-tested messages designed to engage Americans on climate solutions.   Our research revealed four clear communication themes that help link climate change to mainstream […]

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