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Join Al Gore at Climate Reality’s next training!
Dates have been announced for the next Climate Reality Leadership Training. It will take place from June 11-13, 2022. The training will focus on the global impacts of the climate crisis and the solutions we have at-hand.
Encourage everyone you know to register for the training, at: https://www.climaterealityproject.org/training
"Across the US Southwest, people are feeling the effects of the climate crisis. Most noticeably, they’re feeling the heat.
In recent years, summers in the region have become an endless series of record-breaking heat waves. And decades-long droughts are drying out rivers and reservoirs, creating thousand-acre tinderboxes just waiting for the next wildfire. All the while, the most vulnerable among us are suffering the impacts of this crisis first and worst.
But with vast, open desert spaces providing some of the nation’s highest solar potential, the region can also be a major player in helping to power the just transition to a clean energy future.
That’s why – from June 11-13 in Las Vegas, Nevada – The Climate Reality Project and former Vice President Al Gore will host the 49th Climate Reality Leaderships Corps training for climate activists across the US Southwest."
If you are already a Climate Reality Leader and would like to mentor, we need you! Learn more and apply, at: https://www.climaterealityproject.org/mentor
During the training, you’ll join broadcast sessions with some of the world’s leading climate experts and activists – led by former Vice President Al Gore.
There is no cost to attend and the flexible online format is designed to work with your schedule. This is our time and your year to make a difference.
Online broadcasts, on-demand video sessions, and Zoom meet-ups
Flexible schedule lets you watch at the times that work for you
The science of climate change and practical solutions
How the climate crisis is fueling a global health crisis
Climate and environmental justice around the world
Effective organizing for climate action
Connecting natural and technological climate solutions