Reaching Out to Latino Communities

What:
Panel
When:
2:00 PM, Monday 20 Jun 2016 (1 hour)
Breaks:
Break   03:00 PM to 03:15 PM (15 minutes)
Where:
Senate
How:
Latinos represented 17.3% of total U.S. population in 2014.  More than 85% want action on environmental issues, with more than 2/3 believing global warming and climate change are mostly caused by human activities. Surveys show a strong commitment to conservation, the environment, and genuine personal interest in how climate change impacts their families and communities.    This session's panelists bring advice on reaching out to Latinos where you live, on reaching out to Latino organizations, and strategies for helping a new CCL group take root. 
Participant
GreenLatinos
CEO
Moderator
Citizens' Climate Education
Director of HR and Administration
Participant
Citizens' Climate Lobby
Latin America Regional Co-Coordinator
Participant
Spanish Translator and Co-Coordinator for Latin America Region
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