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.

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smoke_power_plant001_16x9CCL media packet:  Dire warning from latest IPCC report shows need for Congress to come together on sensible solution of a revenue-neutral carbon tax



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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April 5, 1 p.m. EDT, 10 a.m. PDT:
Scott Nystrom, Regional Economic Models, Inc.

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Write to senators who oppose EPA carbon rules

Twenty-two senators have signed a letter to Obama asking him to stop EPA regulations to curb carbon at power plants because they will hurt the poor and middle class economically. Tell them climate change will also hurt them, and they can cut carbon and protect families with a carbon tax that returns revenue to households. Write a letter.

CCL’s Danny Richter’s exchange with NY Times reporter

At a forum held at the Woodrow Wilson Center — The Year Ahead in Environment and Energy — CCL Legislative Director Danny Richter had a great exchange with New York Times reporter Coral Davenport about big business and the prospects for a carbon tax.


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