Chapters

Citizens' Climate Lobby Chapter

Denton

Denton, Texas
CCL Denton Members celebrate after a 2015 monthly meeting!
About Our Chapter
Welcome!  We meet monthly on the second Saturday at Denton's Cafe Brazil in their couch lounge corner (501 University Drive).  Our fall 2016 meetings are scheduled for the following dates and we'd love to have you there.
 
 
Saturday, September 10th, @ 11:00 AM
Saturday, October 8th, @ 11:00 AM
Saturday, November 12th, @ 11:00 AM
Saturday, December 10th, @ 11:00 AM
 

Each month CCL volunteers from over  ​300​ chapters around the United States and larger world gather locally for a conference call where we do three things: educate ourselves by listening to a guest speaker, celebrate our accomplishments, take coordinated action. 


Our typical monthly agenda includes time to get updates from around Denton practice our monthly actions, and then call in to the national conference call featuring a well-known speaker (economists, scientists, politicians, military commanders, and thought leaders) on the topic of climate change.
 
Denton's chapter is part of the larger Citizens’ Climate Lobby network. CCL is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization empowering people to experience breakthroughs exercising their personal and political power. Our chapter is just one of hundreds of chapters across the world working to create the political will for a livable world.

We are laser focused on a specific piece of legislation and a proven strategy to gain its passage. We are working for the passage of Carbon Fee and Dividend, the climate change solution economists and climate scientists alike say is the “best first-step” to preventing the worst impacts of a warming world.

Our market-based Carbon Fee and Dividend policy will drastically reduce emissions, create jobs, and support small businesses and families — all without growing government.

We’ve seen firsthand how passionate citizens who are well-trained, organized by district and with a good system of support can more than influence the political process.