Meet a CCANer: Paolo Mutia

Paolo is the Central Virginia Organizer at the Chesapeake Climate Action Network. Here’s his story. Tell us a little bit about yourself!  I was born in the Philippines, but Richmond
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Meet a CCANer: Steven Hershkowitz

Tell us a little bit about yourself! I grew up on Long Island, New York as the son of two public school teachers. My father, in addition to teaching English,
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Meet a CCANer: Lauren Landis

Lauren Landis is CCAN’s Hampton Roads Organizer. Here’s her story. Tell us a little bit about yourself! I was born in Virginia but grew up in Texas! I moved to
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Meet a CCANer: Hannah Laub

Hannah Laub is CCAN’s Virginia Grassroots Coordinator. Here’s her story. Tell us a little bit about yourself! Hi there! I was born in raised in Charlottesville, Virginia. I left VA
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Striking with Greta Thunberg, the Global Climate Strike, and Beyond

-Written by Helena Schmitt During my freshman year writing class at the George Washington University this past spring, I wrote a research paper about the “Fridays for Future” climate change
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Thousands of Students and Their Supporters Go On Strike Across Maryland, Virginia, and DC

Washington, DC — Today, more than one thousand “climate strikes” are taking place across the world, along with dozens of actions in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC. These are taking place
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Meet a CCANer: Anthony Field

Anthony Field is CCAN’s Maryland Campaign Coordinator. Here’s his story. Tell me a little bit about yourself! I was born in Plano, texas and went to High School in Wylie,
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DC Has More Climate Work to do Than You Think

Washington, DC is a national icon when it comes to climate action. We don’t always get as much recognition as states but hey… we’re used to that. In December 2018
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Fifty Years Later: The Moon Landing and Our Overheating Earth Back Home

For all I know, the old yellow mailbox was there on the porch on July 20th, 1969. The Takoma Park homeowners must have gotten letters from relatives and friends afterwards,
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Worried about ICE actions? So am I

Climate Solidarity Means Immigrant Solidarity I need to start by talking about my brothers. I’m choosing not to broadcast their names, but they are 14 and 20 years old. They
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