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With House passage, historic climate legislation will soon be signed into law

CCL is thrilled to see, for the first time, the U.S. Congress taking action that reflects the scale of the climate problem. 

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CCL celebrates Senate passage of historic climate legislation

This climate victory belongs to all the grassroots advocates across the country who have worked for decades to advance climate solutions.

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CCL celebrates historic climate agreement, urges passage in Congress

CCL is enthusiastically supportive of these climate policies. We spent the last 12 months pushing Congress for ambition at this scale.

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Recent wildfires show the need for bipartisan Save Our Sequoias Act

Recent wildfires underscore the importance of legislation like the bipartisan Save Our Sequoias Act, which Citizens’ Climate Lobby endorses. 

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Setback from Manchin won’t deter advocates’ push to reach climate goals

We are deeply disappointed at the news that the reconciliation package the Senate is considering will not contain any climate measures.

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Statement on Supreme Court WV v. EPA decision

In light of today’s unfortunate Supreme Court ruling, it is more important than ever for Congress to pass durable legislation to reduce carbon emissions.

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1,300+ climate advocates gather in person and virtually for conference

CCL welcomed 527 climate advocates to our annual conference in person, and 835 more joined sessions streaming online.

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CCL applauds Senate CBAM bill, hears from lead sponsor at conference

CCL applauds Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) for introducing a new carbon border adjustment bill.

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New Republican plan shows the party sees climate as an election issue 

House Republicans released a high-level plan indicating how they would address climate and energy issues if they win power in the midterms.

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Statement on bipartisan climate talks & reconciliation

CCL views the current bipartisan climate talks and budget reconciliation process as efforts that are complementary, not mutually exclusive.

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