What we're about

Principles:

• We promote climate justice when we take guidance from our many local communities and how they have been impacted by the use of fossil fuels and climate change.

• We are stronger when we collaborate with others engaged in actions consistent with our vision.

• Mass mobilizations not just during election periods opens the eyes of government and corporate power-holders to the power we are building through prolonged organizing and campaigning.

Our Vision:

We seek to achieve a sustainable future where people’s power promotes and maintains a healthy environment and builds a society that is just, prosperous, and socially and economically equitable in a changing climate.

Our Mission Statement

NAZCCA’s mission is to inform and engage people from all walks of life to join a broad and diverse climate movement. NAZCCA seeks to raise awareness of the threats of climate change and solutions, and to empower residents to organize and work to reduce human impact on climate. By informing, engaging, and training people to fight for the change we hope to achieve a future that is sustainable for people and the planet.

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Upcoming events (2)

Climate Change: What's Gender Got to Do With It?

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Climate Change: What's Gender Got to Do With It? How Women Will Lead Us to a More Sustainable Future with Dr. Frances Riemer This online zoom presentation is open to the public and you must register to receive the link to join: https://actionnetwork.org/events/dr-frances-riemer-climate-change-whats-gender-got-to-do-with-it-how-women-will-lead-us-to-a-more-sustainable-future/ Dr. Riemer will explore and discuss the many issues of social justice and gender inequity in a changing climate. This will include examining the higher risks and greater burdens on women from the impacts of climate change and the ways in which unequal participation in decision-making processes and labor markets compound these effects and prevent women from fully contributing to climate-related planning, policy-making, and implementation. Dr. Frances Julia Riemer is Professor of Educational Foundations and Associate Faculty, former Director of Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Northern Arizona University. She focuses on change and issues of equity and access, gender, development and sustainable communities, as well as cultural differences and social organizations of community, school, and workplace. This event is co-sponsored by Yavapai College Sedona/Verde Campus OLLI program.

Food Choices & Climate Change: Diets That Make a Difference

Dr. Jolene Bowers is a public health scientist with a PhD in molecular biology, specializing in the impact we have on our environment and influences our environment has on us, as we are all in a "One Health" ecosystem. In her research, she has discovered that switching to a whole food, plant-based diet is a powerful way to help curb most, if not all, of our major public health threats, including our current climate crisis. Click here to register: https://actionnetwork.org/events/food-choices-climate-change-diets-that-make-a-difference/ This event is co-sponsored by Yavapai College Sedona/Verde Campus OLLI program. This online zoom presentation is open to the public and you must register to receive the link to join.

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Climate Change: Building a Path Forward

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