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Things going on we want you to know about!


Click on the image above to read this collaborative statement about pressing forward towards effective greenhouse gas emissions reduction. It will be read to the Harrisonburg City Council on October 25 by Earl Martin.

Welcome to Virginia Conservation Network’s 2023 Common Agenda, representing the policy agenda of more than 150 organizations across the Commonwealth. This book provides an in-depth analysis of the conservation issues facing Virginia and provides practical, state-level policy solutions to keep us moving in the right direction. More HERE.


Cathy Strickler of Climate Action Alliance of the Valley recently presented Shamika Hayes, Director of the Simms Preteen Center of the Boys and Girls Club, with copies of Our World Out of Balance by Andrea Minoglio and Climate Action: What Happened and What We Can Do by Seymour Simon. She has been raising money to purchase dozens of copies of these books and getting them into the hands of local youth.



At their June 16, 2020, meeting, the steering committee of the Climate Action Alliance of the Valley voted unanimously in favor of supporting Black Lives Matter with this resolution:

Resolved that the Climate Action Alliance of the Valley stands in support of Black Lives Matter, that we support a redirection of tax dollars away from policies that enable police brutality, and toward policies that meet community needs and link environmental and social justice.