CLEAN Network Teleconferences

Each Tuesday at 1:00pm Eastern Time (12pm Central, 11am Mountain, 10am Pacific) CLEAN Network members meet on a teleconference call to update each other about their climate literacy projects, upcoming events, and funding opportunities and share information about best practices, key teaching/learning resources, and the development of collaborative activities. Often these teleconferences include special presentations by members and guests.
To participate in these teleconferences, you need to be a member of the CLEAN Network. To join the Network, sign up here Join CLEAN Network.

Members receive an email alert from the CLEAN Network listserv with information about each week's teleconference.

Upcoming 2020 Teleconferences

July 14: Informal Discussion

July 21: Informal Discussion

September 15 (postponed from June 2nd), 2020: Tamara Ledley: Working Toward an Ongoing Climate Teacher Professional Learning Community: Survey Results on How Teachers Fund Their Climate Professional Development?

Recent Teleconferences

July 7: Deb Morrison: Climate Justice: Washington's ClimeTime Initiative Efforts to Center Equity in Science Education

June 30th: Natalie Stapert, Bella Calemine, James Callahan, Alana Siegner, Liz Bullock: K-12 teachers, student, and volunteers co-presenting: a Mobile Climate Science Labs resource

June 23rd, 2020: Frank Niepold: Action for Climate Empowerment Strategic Plan for the United States: Informal Education Programs Listening Sessions

June 16, 2020: Christina Kwauk: Roadblocks to quality education in a time of climate change

June 9, 2020: Dave Jones: Extreme Weather, Climate & Community Resilience Summits for Broadcast Meteorologists & Climate Literacy Conversation & Engaging Students to Work with Other Students Around the Corner or Around the World (whew!)

June 2, 2020: Rebecca Anderson: Discussion addressing the recent events and protests about racial injustice in policing

May 26, 2020: Frank Niepold: Action for Climate Empowerment Strategic Plan for the United States: Career and Technical Education (CTE) Programs Listening session

May 19, 2020: Colleen Fisk: Renewable Energy Alaska Project (REAP)

May 12, 2020: Gina Varamo: NOVA Polar Extremes: A Multimedia Adventure to the Poles of our Planet

May 5, 2020: Informal Discussion

April 28, 2020: Frank Niepold: Building the national strategy for Action for Climate Empowerment: K-12 Teacher Professional Development

April 21, 2020: Frank Granshaw and Neeraja Haviligi : Broadening engagement at a critical time: Virtual bridges to the COPs

April 14, 2020: Peter Mahaffy and Melanie Hoffman: Design Our Climate

April 7, 2020: Emily Coren: Storytelling Accelerating Climate Solutions

March 31, 2020: Informal discussion focused on COVID-19 response and AGU sessions

March 24, 2020: Frank Niepold: Building the national strategy for Action for Climate Empowerment

March 17, 2020: Lan Anh Vu Hong: The Climate Collage - IPCC reports explained in a fun and collaborative way

March 10, 2020: Informal Discussion

March 3, 2020: Informal Discussion

February 25, 2020: Frank Niepold: Building the national strategy for Action for Climate Empowerment

February 18, 2020: Informal Discussion

February 11, 2020: Amy Frame: Environmental and Climate Change Literacy Summit Continued

February 4, 2020: Amy Frame and Linda Livers: Environmental and Climate Change Literacy Summit

January 28, 2020: Informal Discussion/ACE Introduction

January 21, 2020: Informal Discussion

January 14, 2020: Informal Discussion

January, 7, 2020: Dr. Marianne Krasny: E-Engaged Learning for Climate Solutions: Linking Undergraduates and international Cornell Climate Change Online Fellows

Past Teleconferences

2019 Teleconferences

2018 Teleconferences

2017 Teleconferences

2016 Teleconferences

2015 Teleconferences

2014 Teleconferences

2013 Teleconferences

2012 Teleconferences

2011 Teleconferences

2010 Teleconferences

2009 and 2008 Teleconferences
If anyone has material from the 2009 and 2008 teleconference calls, please contact Tamara Ledley. We would like to preserve our historic record. Thanks.