Let’s Talk Climate

The must-attend, go-to webcast discussion for the most current and best thinking on climate change

ecoAmerica’s Let’s Talk Climate provides guidance and support to climate activists as they seek to expand public support and political resolve for equitable and effective climate solutions. Let’s Talk Climate features: nature/science, health, communities, faith, politics, people, and leadership in rotating weekly sessions with empowering information and fresh ideas.

Let’s Talk Climate

Bi-Partisan American Attitudes: It’s Time for Urgent Climate Action

In this special research episode, we take a look at our American Climate Perspective Survey with report co-author, Nicole Hill, MPH.

Upcoming Episodes
The Tranformative Power of Film on Climate Action, January 5

Communities in the global south have been impacted by climate change for many years. The film, The Ants & The Grasshopper, follows Malawian farmer Anita Chitaya as she navigates race, gender, and faith to travel to the U.S. to convince Americans that climate change is a real and urgent threat. Join us as we talk to award-winning author, academic, and film-maker Raj Patel to discuss how his new documentary shows the transformative power of faith and community in the face of the climate crisis. Blessed Tomorrow partners are hosting free screenings of the film with follow-up sermons and bible studies.

Recent Episodes

  • Climate, Crisis Preparedness, and Public Health

    Climate, Crisis Preparedness, and Public Health

    Featuring Diana Hamer, Director for Climate and Crisis Preparedness, National Network of Public Health Institutes in conversation with Ben Fulgencio-Turner, Director, Climate for Health. Hurricanes, wildfires, flooding, heatwaves. As we enter Preparedness Month this September…

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  • Environmental Justice: Youth In Action

    Environmental Justice: Youth In Action

    Featuring a conversation with William Morris, Co-Chair, Young Evangelicals for Climate Action, Zavia Jenkins, Community Fellow, Young Evangelicals for Climate Action, and Cesar Almeida, Program Coordinator, Faith in Place. Low-Income urban neighborhoods in the United States are more likely to have…

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  • You Can Do This: Replicable Models for Local Climate Action w/ GreenRoots

    You Can Do This: Replicable Models for Local Climate Action w/ GreenRoots

    Featuring a conversation with Roseann Bongiovanni, MPH, Executive Director, GreenRoots, Inc. Ready, set, replicate! Learn how you can replicate the success of extraordinary programs that are mobilizing Americans for just and equitable climate solutions. Hear directly from…

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  • The Heat is On

    The Heat is On

    Featuring Sergio Rimola, MD FACOG, DC Metro Co-Chair, National Hispanic Medical Association in conversation with Bruce Bekkar, MD, Fellow, Climate for Health, ecoAmerica. It’s summertime and the heat is not just uncomfortable, it’s dangerous…

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  • You Can Do This: Replicable Models for Local Climate Action w/ ACE

    You Can Do This: Replicable Models for Local Climate Action w/ ACE

    Featuring a conversation with Roseann Bongiovanni, MPH, Executive Director, GreenRoots, Inc. Ready, set, replicate! Learn how you can replicate the success of extraordinary programs that are mobilizing Americans for just and equitable climate solutions. Hear directly from 2022 American Climate Leadership Award finalists…

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  • Environmental Justice: Science and Theology

    Environmental Justice: Science and Theology

    Featuring a conversation with Rev. Dr. Loida I. Martell, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean and Professor of Constructive Theology, Lexington Theological Seminary Climate Scientist Gus Speth said, “The top environmental problems are…

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  • Are Americans Making the Climate and Health Connection?

    Are Americans Making the Climate and Health Connection?

    In this special episode we take a look at American Public Health Association’s and ecoAmerica’s latest American Climate Perspective Surveys titled “Are Americans Making the Climate and Health Connection?”…

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  • Environmental Justice: An Advocate’s Triumph

    Environmental Justice: An Advocate’s Triumph

    Featuring a conversation with Huda Alkaff, Founder and Director, Wisconsin Green Muslims. In 1991, over 1,000 people gathered in Washington, D.C. from 50 states for the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit. The Summit, hosted by…

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  • Nurses Leading on Climate Locally

    Nurses Leading on Climate Locally

    Featuring Janice Hawkins, PhD, RN, CNS-BC, Clinical Associate Professor, Old Dominion University School of Nursing and Sarah Brown Blake, PhD, RN, PHN, Assistant Professor, Chico State School of Nursing in conversation with Bruce Bekkar, MD, Fellow, Climate for Health, ecoAmerica…

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