Connect with Your Citizens and Peers Online and Offline

By Diana

Path to Positive Communities’ News & Community section is a great way to connect with others and stay updated on what is happening in American communities with regard to climate change and solutions. Check out our blog and social media pages on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to stay informed of the newest topics, trends, and communicate with others through online conversations in the Path to Positive Communities network.

Additionally, having your own online presence is a great way to build a supportive network of fellow leaders and organizations to strengthen your efforts. Of course, physically getting out and into your community to connect with peers and constituents offline is important to building successful relationships. Take the opportunity to partner with others across sectors to advance your events, initiatives and policies to increase your impact. You may also choose to advance your climate initiatives by connecting with leaders in the faith, higher education, health and business sectors through the programs below. Start using our sample social media posts and other resources to get started and share your Path to Positive progress online and offline with those who are on the path with you.

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