American Climate Leadership Summit

If there was ever a time to make a difference on climate change, that time is now. Join hundreds of fellow climate warriors at the 9th annual American Climate Leadership Summit (ACLS 2020) on March 25-26 in Washington DC. Bigger and bolder than ever, the Summit is designed to build political will for climate solutions and a broader, more inclusive movement. Join over 500 attendees from across America as we learn, share, and collaborate.

Check out ACLS19 Recommendations Report here and watch plenaries from ACLS19 here.

Presbyterian Church (USA) has been a partner with Blessed Tomorrow, the faith arm of ecoAmerica, for a number of years and has appreciated their resources, workshops and trainings. We recommend this event to any Presbyterian interested in learning more and being inspired!

7 Responses to “American Climate Leadership Summit”

  1. Wayne Potter

    I have been facilitating the Climate Change and Environmental Justice Task Force at Southminster Presbyterian Church. I also report on things environmental on my web site that includes interviewing individuals about a variety of issues, international, local, environmental, etc.

  2. Wayne Potter

    I’m sorry. I can’t seem to find the word “moderation” anywhere either. Sorry. I’m cannot explain how I saw that word used now. However, I just found a ACLS 2020 report that shows the meeting has been changed to August 26 and 27. I also see that there is a sliding scale fee for on-line participation. Is each individual replying to this site also expected to sign in on the ACLS 2020 website and pay individually?

  3. Wayne Potter

    I am now signed up to attend the ACLS 2020 on-line event. I understand that I have access to the recorded presentations for about a week after the conference. Is it possible that I can play selected re-plays of certain presentations to members of my Climate Change and Environmental Justice Task Force or Willamette View Green Team members using share screen over Zoom? I can’t afford to bring more people to the meeting, however, if I can access some of the recorded presentations and share them I can share some important issues with a number of people.

    • Jessica Maudlin

      Hi Wayne! In the past recordings of the ACLS presentations have been available after the presentations. We hope that will be the same this year!


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