Join us for our all-in event to hear more on our current work, upcoming campaigns, and more on our continued work and how you can plug in over the coming weeks.

About this event

Make sure to join Third Act’s all-in event with special guests, music, and movement highlights. We’ll share campaign updates, what’s up next, and how you can plug in over the coming weeks.

We’re excited to have Gina McCarthy on the line with us (former head of the EPA and White House National Climate Advisor) to talk about plans to supercharge a clean energy future. Gina’s just come on to co-chair America is All In, which will leverage historic funding from the Inflation Reduction Act to support cities, states, businesses, and institutions to scale climate action across the country.

We’ll hear about Third Actors who came out on Sept 17th for the March to End Fossil Fuels, Working Groups doing incredible things to register new and returning voters in key districts, about groups coming online this Fall, and a “did you know?” section about opportunities available for Third Actors who wanna roll up their sleeves.

And we’re beyond excited for Bill McKibben, Anne Shields from the Third Act Puget Sound Working Group, and our campaign strategist Deborah Moore to re-launch our campaign to help banks stop financing the expansion of dirty energy. This new work is hyper-focused and will be accessible for Third Actors far and wide to plug into over the coming months: join in for the big reveal!

Finally, we’ll talk about how we fund all this work and why we’re building it the way we are. We’ll pull back the veil about our approach to movement building and how we see grassroots fundraising as key to scaling up our base, our impact, and our ability to change the story about what elders in America can do when we work with joy and purpose.

Gina McCarthy

The first-ever White House National Climate Advisor and former U.S. EPA Administrator, Gina McCarthy is one of the nation’s most respected voices on climate change, the environment, and public health. As head of the Climate Policy Office under President Biden, McCarthy’s leadership led to the most aggressive action on climate in U.S. history, creating new jobs and unprecedented clean energy innovation and investments across the country. Her commitment to bold action across the Biden administration, supported by the climate and clean energy provisions in the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act, restored U.S. climate leadership on a global stage and put a new U.S. national target to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 50-52 percent below 2005 levels by 2030 within reach.