Addressing the climate crisis requires each of us stepping up. Here are some events that will help you along the way.
Addressing the climate crisis requires each of us stepping into the place where our passions and resources intersect with solutions. Community-driven, local climate action is most successful when cultivated and supported by and for the community in which that action is rooted. Recognizing both of these central elements of successful climate action, ACTT prioritizes community gathering around to foster conversations about climate change, support each other in the many accompanying feelings, and come together around the development and implementation of solutions as we collectively envision and then work to create a better future.
We are grateful for the encouragement and strength we receive from so many who help us advance our mission. Your input, participation and support is and will continue to be vital to our work. We encourage you to take advantage of the opportunities we provide as we push forward with our vision in 2023. We share our successes with you, our supporters, friends, partners and colleagues. We welcome newcomers with open arms to join us, as we continue to learn, share, and come together to help shape a better future for people and nature.
- Setting the stage for future trailblazers.
- Tackling issues at the root.
- Leading conversations on Maine’s changing climate.
- Supporting our communities to build climate resilience.
- Initiating innovative mechanisms to support land conservation especially in underserved communities.
PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING. Your support is very much appreciated! By making even a small donation today, you play an important role in building our collective momentum to create effective change needed to protect and transform our communities for the benefit of all. Thank you!
OUTLOOK: 5 Minutes: Youth Speak on the Climate Crisis by Madison Sheppard
In this 5 minute video presentation, Madison Sheppard, Southern Maine Conservation Collaborative & MEEA Summer Associate, opens the floor to Maine youth perspectives and experiences with climate activism and grassroots work. From young people’s point of view, we answer the important question, “Why is it important for youth to be part of the climate movement?”