Climate Action in the Community

Flagstaff residents are taking action to make our city a more sustainable and resilient place. Check out how you can be involved below!

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Flagstaff Climate Leader Course

For residents ready to take the next step towards initiating climate action, the Flagstaff Climate Leader Course is an eight-week course to build skills towards becoming an effective climate leader. Participants will:

  • LEARN about climate change science and local impacts
  • MEET local climate leaders through discussions and presentations
  • SHARE what you learn with your community through effective communication
  • ACT on what you learn to inspire yourself and others to take climate action

Coming up: The inaugural Climate Leader course!

August 7th through September 25th, 2019
Wednesdays, 5:30 to 8:30 pm.

Learn more and sign up here.

Flagstaff Climate Ambassador Training

The Climate Ambassador training is a one-time, 3-hour workshop that will train participants on how to discuss climate change in Flagstaff, the recently adopted Flagstaff Climate Action & Adaptation Plan, and how to engage in positive climate change conversations and actions. Training sessions are offered 3-4 times a year.

Want to become a Climate Ambassador? Learn more HERE.

Climate Action
Working Groups

Climate action working groups build Flagstaff's capacity for climate action in the community.

Working groups will focus on one specific climate challenge, and develop creative, local, community-based solutions.

Applications are now open equity and health-focused working groups.
Learn more and apply here.

Other ways to get involved:

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Learn about our exciting climate programs for students: the Climate Action Challenge and the Flagstaff Youth Climate Summit.

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Join our monthly Coffee and Climate meet-ups around town. Learn more here.

Want to learn more?

Contact Lee Bryant at (928) 213-2156 or Lee.Bryant@flagstaffaz.gov for more information about Flagstaff community climate action.