Peace Corps volunteers advocate for climate policy

Peace Corps volunteers advocate for climate policy
30 Apr 2018 by Kate Schachter

This blog was originally published at the Citizens Climate Lobby news site.

Working to build the political will to act on climate means drawing upon the many varied perspectives, skills and experiences of all who work for climate solutions. Citizens’ Climate Lobby has seen the rise of a wide range of action teams, including the Conservative Caucus, the Business Climate Leaders, those focused on agriculture, on outdoor recreation or members of faith. Each group sheds light on the particular challenges and opportunities they see, making CCL a stronger organization, better able to reach the wide array of people who can and must be part of solving climate change.

Here is just such a group, with their own unique and powerful perspective: the Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RCPVs) for Environmental Action.