Form a Climate Solutions Engagement Team

By Diana

Power in numbers, provides the support needed for social change movements. Forming a climate solutions engagement team, or equipping an existing one, within your community or staff office will be a very important step in creating supportive action and positive behaviors. Such a group will serve as a source of inspiration, ideas and opportunities. Additionally, the team will provide an invaluable network of advice and support should you experience bumps along your path. Involve existing staff as well as new, and most importantly, community leaders and members to create a group with diverse experience, skills and perspectives. Path to Positive Communities has a number of resources to help you lay this cornerstone and tips on how to make sure it succeeds once it’s up and running. Access the resources below to help you build your team.

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