The purposes of Citizens Climate Lobby are to 1) create the political will for a stable climate and 2) to empower individuals to have breakthroughs in exercising their personal and political power.

smoke_power_plant001_16x9CCL’s groundbreaking report from REMI shows that a carbon tax that returns revenue to households will actually add jobs to the economy



Capitol domeWant to learn more about Citizens Climate Lobby and how you can help create the political will for climate solutions? Register for one of our weekly introductory calls.

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Sept. 6: Rear Adm. Len Hering (ret.), Center for Sustainable Energy

Len HeringRear Admiral Len Hering Sr. (ret.) joins our next call to talk about the impact that climate change is having on national security. Hering is Executive Director of the Center for Sustainable Energy in San Diego. During his career in the Navy, Hering  built a team that reduced energy consumption by nearly 42%, diverted 75% of Navy waste from landfills and reduced water consumption by more than one billion gallons. He instigated wind, thermal, photovoltaic and conversion technology at all levels in Navy facilities.

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August Letter to Congress: Write about EPA carbon rule

The EPA has released its draft for a new rule to limit carbon pollution from power plants. While this is an important step in the right direction, much more needs to be done to limit greenhouse gas emissions. Write to Congress in support of EPA’s new rule and ask them to support legislation to place a fee on carbon and give revenue back to households.  Click here for more on this action.

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Bruce Parker: Why I support a carbon tax

Bruce Parker is a small business owner from Alexandria, VA. He’s concerned about climate change, and he joined Citizens Climate Lobby to do something about it. Bruce explains why he thinks a carbon tax is the best policy for our economy, our health, and our planet.


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