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.

PCM logoHansen Ashley PCM croppedWelcome, People’s Climate Marchers! Let’s keep marching to the halls of Congress so we can put a price on carbon. Find out how!

CCL’s Fee-and-Dividend proposal is a finalist in MIT’s Climate CoLab contest; cast your vote!



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Oct. 4: Adam Browning, Vote Solar

Adam BrowningAdam Browning is co-founder and executive director of Vote Solar, which works at the state, federal and local level to implement programs and policies that allow strong  solar markets to grow — and pave the way for a transition to a renewable energy economy. On October’s call, Adam will share his insights from building support among conservatives for clean-energy policies. Prior to Vote Solar, Adam spent eight years with the EPA where he ran an award-winning pollution prevention program.

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September letter to Congress:  UN Climate Summit

On September 23, world leaders will gather at the United Nations for a one-day Climate Summit, an event intended to generate momentum for the current negotiations that will lead to a global climate treaty late next year in Paris. With the summit, and events surrounding it like the People’s Climate March, being in the news, this is an opportune time to write to members of Congress to urge their leadership on climate change.  Click here for more on this action.

Q&A with Mark Reynolds at ARETODAY 2014

CCL Executive Director Mark Reynolds was interviewed during a forum at the American Renewable Energy Today conference in Aspen in early August. As always, Mark was delightful, informative and inspiring. His Q&A begins at 21:45 in the video.


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