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Author: Andreas Karelas, Climate Courage

How Tackling Climate Change Can Build Community, Transform The Economy, And Bridge The Political Divide In America
Monday, 12/6/2021
7:00 - 8:00

Join Andreas Karelas as he discusses Climate Courage.

Climate Courage shows us how we can move past our collective inaction on climate change and work together in our communities to create a more sustainable, just, clean energy–powered economy that works for everyone.

 

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Andreas Karelas is the founder and executive director of RE-volv, a nonprofit organization that empowers people around the country to help nonprofits in their communities go solar while raising awareness about the benefits of clean energy. He is a dedicated clean energy advocate, an Audubon TogetherGreen Conservation Leadership Fellow and an OpenIDEO Climate Innovator Fellow. 

 

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Climate Courage - Website | Andreas Karelas - Twitter


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