The CLEO Institute is hosting its first Essential One-Day Climate Leadership Training class on Saturday, Sept. 28. This class is part of The CLEO Project on Climate Phase II trainings that will be offered monthly. These one-day trainings are for those citizens interested in knowing: the basic science of climate change, promising solutions, current efforts toward climate resilience, and how to talk about all of this. The day will feature presentations from CLEO’s founder Caroline Lewis, as well as interactive learning opportunities. Light refreshments and lunch will be served. Registration is $40 in advance and $50 at the door. For registration, please visit http://tinyurl.com/m43u9rp.
Climate change is a challenge that requires commitment, creativity and ingenuity from all of us. The CLEO Project on Climate offers formal and informal trainings, events and forums to bridge the divide between science and society on this urgent issue; drives the issue across boundaries, from classrooms and town halls to the halls of Congress; and provides our leaders the needed support of a well-informed public. Tackling climate change means addressing it at every level and in all communities.
For questions or additional information please contact Marissa Prieto at 305-284-0908 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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