Climate Action Training

Do you want to do something about climate change, and want to know where to start?

The Climate Center has an opportunity for you. This fall we are offering training for climate action designed for you to:

  • Build your knowledge, hope, and resolve
  • Connect with like-minded folks, take action, and have an impact
  • Ensure you know the basic science of climate change
  • Practice how to speak and listen in an engaging, inspiring way
  • Learn about real solutions and how to make them happen
  • Help us with an exciting initiative we’re developing that’s dedicated to nothing less than ensuring the future of our children and all life

If you’re intrigued, please join us at any one of these information sessions at the Sonoma Land Trust conference room, 822 Fifth Street, Santa Rosa, 95404. Click on one of the below times to register:

Learn more, ask questions, and experience the energy of being with others dedicated to this great effort. And please feel free to bring a friend. Free. Refreshments will be served.

The time to act is now. We hope to see you there!

Stacey Meinzen

Communications Manager at The Climate Center
Stacey Meinzen has fifteen years of experience as a communications and research professional. She has served as a Marketing Specialist for the Sonoma County Energy Independence Program, researched proven and promising measures in reducing greenhouse gas emissions for Sonoma County’s Climate Action 2020 Plan, and worked as a Program Analyst for Sonoma County’s Regional Climate Protection Authority.
Stacey Meinzen
4 replies
  1. Emerald
    Emerald says:

    Please send this announcement as an email so that I can invite others by email.
    I am planning to attend.

  2. Dave Alden
    Dave Alden says:

    The information sessions almost perfectly overlay my vacation plans, so I won’t be able to attend any of them. But I’m interested in the series. Can you please forward registration information when it’s available? Thanks.


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