Learn about Citizens' Climate Lobby through the umbrella website (https://citizensclimatelobby.org/ ) including primary goal, volunteer base, lobbying efforts, and student involvement. Meet with CCL-Palouse members to discuss these topics and find out more about the local group. Then, document what is happening at WSU in terms of sustainability, environmental initiatives, and climate action.
- academic departments,
- university offices,
- student groups/organizations-- who is involved, what are their priorities, what actions are they interested in and/or do they take.
Let campus climate entities know about CCL's work and explore collaboration possibilities and interest in a campus CCL group.
Document current activity of student climate action organizations at other higher education institutions, e.g., Princeton Student Climate Initiative, --track priorities, actions.
Find out about internships related to climate action available through academic departments or other entities, and if there are non-profit organizations, e.g., Sierra Club, supporting climate groups at universities.
Compile a report of this information for the co-chairs of the CCL Palouse Chapter and present a summary at one of the monthly CCL Palouse Chapter meetings