In the Toolkit --

Introduction

  • Guide to the Toolkit
  • Leagues in Action
  • I. Choosing a Role for Your League

    II. Grassroots Action Priorities

  • Climate Action
  • Price on Carbon
  • Our Children's Trust
  • Energy Efficient Buildings
  • Renewable Energy
  • Adapting to Climate Change
  • III. Basics of Climate Change

    IV. Engaging Individuals

  • Communicating About Climate Change
  • Preparing for a Meeting on Climate Change
  • Engaging Groups in Your Community
  • V. Promoting Public Policy

  • Community Action Models
  • Organizing For Community Action
  • Tips for Building Grassroots Support
  • League Action on Climate Change
  • International Action
  • VI. Resources

    V. PROMOTING PUBLIC POLICY

    Community Action Models

    Communities around the country are taking collective action on climate change in a number of ways.

    Organizing for Community Action

    A number of tried-and-true steps can help ensure the success of a community action initiative.

    Tips for Building Grassroots Support

    Working effectively with the media can help build support for your public policy goals.

    League Action on Climate Change

    The League has been a strong advocate for policies that will reduce the risk of catastrophic global warming, share the burden of cutting carbon emissions fairly, accelerate the transition to a clean energy economy, and prepare for the unavoidable impacts of the changing cllimate.

    International Action

    Ultimately, climate change is a global problem that requires global solutions. The United States must take a leadership role in working with other nations to achieve a legally binding global treaty that will safeguard the planet for future generations.

    Last updated: 1/24/2015