WEBINAR: Learn How to Build Campaigns for Renewable Energy with Ms.

We’ve been shining a light on the ways in which women are shaping, building and leading the push for renewable energy across the country. We’ve met activists on the frontlines of the fight, explored the impact of gender diversity on the energy sector and even pinpointed the intersection of faith and environmental justice. What we’ve discovered is that women play a pivotal role in the movement to stymy climate change and expand the use of renewable energy—and that their work will literally save the world.

Now, we want to help equip our community members—leaders like you—to bring that fight home.

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Ms. is hosting a free webinar for our community members on how activists across the country and around the world can build and sustain movements to boost renewables and combat climate change. In our interactive webinar, our editors and writers will join leaders from grassroots environmental groups Mothers Out Front and the Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition to walk through some of the organizing models and strategies and actions women-led groups are taking to push for renewable energy in their community. There will be plenty of time for Q&A!

The webinar is on June 4 at 1 p.m. EST. Register Now!

This project has been supported by the Solutions Journalism Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to rigorous and compelling reporting about responses to social problems. 

Carmen Rios is the Digital Editor at Ms., Managing Editor of Argot Magazine and a Contributing Writer at Everyday Feminism. She’s also the co-host of THE BOSSY SHOW. Previously, she was the Community Director and Feminism Editor for Autostraddle, a Contributor at Mic, Blog Editor at WIYL and a SPARK blogger; her work has also appeared at BuzzFeed, MEL, BITCH and Feministing. She stays very zen in L.A. traffic. You can find her on Twitter, Instagram and Tumblr.

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  1. PLEEEZE make this webinar available for streaming after the event! I have to work – so bummed i’ll miss it!!!

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