Conservative CCLers support more conservative outreachMay 1, 2019Read more
Conservative voices in CCL can be leveraged to help chapters reach more conservatives in their area. Here’s how Bruce Morlan helped one chapter do that.
99 bottlers of beer: CCLers activate breweries on climateMarch 19, 2019Read more
25 breweries across the U.S. have endorsed carbon fee & dividend. Learn why these endorsements are valuable to Congress and how you can help generate more.
Raising climate awareness in MississippiOctober 15, 2018Read more
How do CCLers find success in areas where climate advocacy isn’t an easy sell? Mississippi State Coordinator Dominika Parry uses creativity and persistence.
Episcopal Church considers resolution in support of carbon pricingMay 8, 2018Read more
At the 79th General Convention of the Episcopal Church in Austin, Texas, this July, the church will consider a resolution in support of Carbon Fee and Dividend.
California school boards pass climate change resolutionsFebruary 1, 2018Read more
The Schools for Climate Action Campaign (SCAC), launched by CCL volunteers, encourages school boards to pass resolutions acknowledging climate change and endorse carbon pricing.
CCL tours Texas for the third year runningDecember 14, 2017Read more
The 2017 Texas Panhandle Climate Solutions Tour took place in two stages: one across the rural panhandle and one on the western border of Texas.
Sarah & Bob: Two volunteers behind CCL’s Endorser ProgramNovember 6, 2017Read more
Sarah Davidson and Bob Tancig are two of the volunteer administrators who keep CCL’s Endorser Program database running smoothly.
Volunteer Spotlight: Gabriel MedinaSeptember 11, 2017Read more
25-year-old Gabriel Medina, a volunteer in the Sacramento chapter, will help translate CCL content into Spanish for better outreach to Hispanic communities.