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Let SFV Climate Reality help you be the change you want to see in the world!

Check out the Bee the Change section each month for simple action items you can take to help solve the climate crisis. 

Every step, big and small, gets us closer to a healthier planet.

Check in at the next chapter meeting and let us know how it went!

Looking for a previous month's actions? Check out our Bee The Change archive for each past month's BTC list:

September 2022: Climate Anxiety

August 2022: The Water Crisis

July 2022: Make Your Voice Heard

June 2022: A Just Transition to Renewable Energy in LA

February 2022: Growing Resilience: Native Plants & Climate Change

January 2022: New Year, New Goal: Zero Waste

November 2021: Rights of Nature

October 2021: Recycling Check-in

September 2021: Decarbonize Your Home

August 2021: Support Wildlife and Biodiversity


July 2021: Get to Know Your Legislators

June 2021: Live Well and Spark A Climate Revolution

May 2021: Help the Bees

October Actions

Inspired by our October guest speakers, Ellie Cohen of The Climate Center and science communicator Dr. Richelle Tanner, here are three tips for talking about climate change and advocating for action:


1. Know Your Audience 

Understanding the needs and concerns of a community first will help you choose the right words when talking about climate action.

2. Talk To The Kids

Parents are often influenced by their children.  Advocate and get involved in youth education efforts.

3. Find A Trusted Messenger

Sometimes you are not the right messenger. Support community leaders that share the cultural values of that community in sharing the message of climate action.

Additional Resources:

The Climate Center, headed by Ellie Cohen

The SEACR Lab, headed by Dr. Richelle Tanner

Merchants of Doubt, a book and film about how a handful of opponents have spread disinformation and confusion to create controversy over topics like global warming, the effects of tobacco, acid rain, the hole in the ozone layer, and more.

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