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.
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.
Featuring Cathy Jordan, PhD, Director for Leadership and Education, University of Minnesota Institute on the Environment in conversation with Bruce Bekkar, MD, Fellow, Climate for Health, ecoAmerica. Adverse birth outcomes and mental health challenges are two of the most critical…
Featuring a conversation with Justin Goldstein, Co-Founder and Scholar-in-Residence, Yesod Farm+Kitchen and Raphaela Gold, JYCM College Cohort Fellow, Jewish Youth Climate Movement. Learn why a teenager took a gap year before college to work on organic farms…
Featuring a conversation with Nana Firman, Senior Ambassador, GreenFaith, and Dahlia Rockowitz, Washington Director, Dayenu: A Jewish Call to Climate Action. For the first time since 1991, Muslims, Jews, Christians, Sikhs, Baha’is, Hindus, Buddhists and
Featuring Katherine Catalano, MS, Deputy Director, Center for Climate, Health and Equity, American Public Health Association; Karly Hampshire, Founder and Co-Director, Planetary Health Report Card Initiative; P. Qasimah Boston, DrPH, MPH, Co-Founder, Tallahassee Food Network…
Erin Huber Rosen, Executive Director + Founder, Drink Local Drink Tap Climate justice and water equity. Water is considered one of the first indicators of climate change –there is either too much
Nicole Hill, MPH, Research and Marketing Manager, ecoAmerica in conversation with Jennifer Giordano, Vice President, Marketing, ecoAmerica ecoAmerica’s latest survey finds that almost half of Americans are very concerned about climate change…
Karyn Bigelow, Co-Executive Director, Creation Justice Ministries Racism is pervasive in the agricultural and food systems in the United States. Farms are on the front lines of climate change…
Kip Pastor, Founder + CEO of Pique Action Skye Flanigan, Program Manager, Harvard Chan C-CHANGE Science communicators are making original, entertaining, and educational content that’s reshaping the climate narrative and empowering people
Cate Mingoya, National Director of Climate Resilience and Land Use, Groundwork USA The climate crisis threatens to make our communities hotter and wetter than they have ever been before, but