Community Climate Change Fellowship Program

The CCC Fellowship Program is part of the EECapacity project, as supported by EPA. This fellowship program involves a creative and diverse group of educators and community leaders working to address climate change issues in their communities. It promotes leadership, networking, innovation, as well as creative strategies for reaching new and under-represented audiences.

Each fellow designs a Community EE Action Project that uses an innovative education strategy to help tackle a community problem related to climate change. Each project links to other EPA priorities, including: 

  • improving air quality
  • protecting America’s waters
  • taking action on toxics and chemical safety
  • working toward a sustainable future

Fellows attended the NAAEE 2014 International Conference in Ottawa, Canada in October 2014.
To learn more about the goals and objectives of the project, read the RFP.

Meet Our Fellows!  

Meet the Fellows Leadership Team, Speakers, and Staff!

August 2014 Announcement 

The United States Environmental Protection Agency funds the EECapacity Project through a cooperative agreement with the Cornell University Civic Ecology Lab. This website was developed under Assistant Agreement No. NT-83497401 awarded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. It has not been formally reviewed by EPA. The views expressed are solely those of EECapacity, and EPA does not endorse any products or commercial services mentioned.