We have created a pre-advocacy day webinar covering logistics for Faith Voices for Clean Energy Advocacy Day, how to talk to elected officials, and a briefing on clean energy policies. You can view the recorded webinar here.
Thank you to those who took part in our Advocating with Compassion webinar yesterday, and a special big thanks to Greg Andeck from the Environmental Defense Fund’s Raleigh office. Greg was one of the presenters and provided a lot of helpful updates about current policies affecting clean energy in North Carolina.
Susannah Tuttle and Veronica Shingleton also shared, Susannah about putting our faith into action through incorporating compassion into our political change efforts, and Veronica with an in-depth but accessible explanation of the political process.
This webinar was a fun kick-off to next week’s Inaugural Spring Into Action Celebration and our very first Faith Voices for Clean Energy Advocacy Day. Tuesday’s Spring Into Action Celebration will feature a reception and remarks from Interfaith Power & Light founder and President Rev. Sally Bingham. During Faith Voices for Clean Energy Advocacy Day, we will meet with members of the General Assembly to hear their vision for North Carolina and express support for new and existing clean energy policies; Rev. Bingham will also be accompanying us during this event.
We’re looking forward to more exciting events next week and hope you can take part!