Organizations that join CCEEB become part of one of the broadest coalitions in California.
CCEEB members are never taken by surprise.
CCEEB professional staff and consultants track hundreds of bills and attend and report out on dozens of regulatory proceedings, meetings, and work groups at the state and local level—but our members get so much more than bill lists. Our broad policy portfolio allows us to constantly analyze policy across agencies to find the big picture, reduce duplication, and get the right voices heard at the right time. Our regular project meetings allow members, guided by staff, to delve deep into proposals, highlight ongoing areas of concern, and find creative solutions. CCEEB staff and consultants bring these insights back to the public forum on behalf of our members.
Direct access to CCEEB’s expert policy and advocacy team.
CCEEB’s team is a healthy balance of hall-walkers and hardcore wonks. We are everywhere our members need us to be, working on behalf of our coalition.
Participation in monthly project meetings featuring guest speakers.
This is where the work gets done. More than just providing updates on legislative and regulatory proceedings, project meetings are an opportunity to roll up our sleeves.
Opportunities to connect with our broad industry and labor membership.
Members-only conferences and project meetings afford opportunities to connect with our members from labor, energy, utilities, entertainment, manufacturing, and goods movement.
Live updates on regulatory and legislative activity.
The CCEEB team tracks hundreds of legislative bills, dozens of regulatory proceedings at local and state agencies, and multiple working groups each year on behalf of our members.
Access to exclusive member seminars, events, and workshops.
CCEEB members understand what lies ahead through access to seminars on policy development and emerging environmental issues of interest to our members.
Access to periodic newsletters and publications.
CCEEB members are kept up to speed on the evolving political landscape and best practices in implementation.