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CCL's Big Tent Climate Talks
At CCL, we know solving climate change requires a variety of policies and perspectives. That's why we do this work under a big tent that includes folks from the right, the left, and every spot in between. In our Big Tent Climate Talks, we'll talk to a wide variety of climate leaders outside of CCL to learn more about how we can all work better together.

-February's Event with Audubon
-January's Launch with CCAN: https://youtu.be/orUMZHsMG8w

Questions? Email brett@citizensclimate.org
Mar 25, 2021 03:00 PM
Apr 22, 2021 03:00 PM
May 27, 2021 03:00 PM
Jun 24, 2021 03:00 PM
Jul 22, 2021 03:00 PM
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Tykee James
Government Affairs Coordinator at Audubon & Co-organizer of the first #BlackBirdersWeek @National Audubon Society
Tykee James moved to DC and joined the National Audubon Society as Government Affairs Coordinator in December of 2018. His background is highlighted with experience as an environmental educator, community organizer, and environmental policy advisor in his hometown, Philly. Tykee has been a part of the birding community for almost a decade. Most recently, he was a moderator for Birding While Black conversation during Black Birders Week. Website: wildlifeobservernetwork.com Instagram: @TykeeJames
Chloe Koseff
Policy Analyst @National Audubon Society
As a policy analyst for Audubon’s national climate initiative, Chloe works to advance climate mitigation solutions that are good for birds and people. Since starting with Audubon in summer 2017, Chloe has worked across the climate program, including advising on bird-friendly siting of renewable energy, and advocating for federal energy and natural climate solutions policies. Prior to Audubon, she interned at the U.S. Department of the Interior, and conducted research on traditional agricultural systems on Hawaii’s Big Island. Chloe has a Master of Science degree in Land and Resource Management and a Bachelor of Science degree in Earth Systems from Stanford University.