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CCL applauds bipartisan introduction of sweeping energy permitting bill

CCL thanks Sen. Manchin and Sen. Barrasso for their bipartisan leadership on the important issue of clean energy permitting reform.

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Statement on recent political violence

Rachel Kerestes, Executive Director of CCE and CCL, says we can disagree in politics, but we must do so with peace and respect for others.

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Citizens’ Climate Lobby statement on the Supreme Court’s overturning of Chevron deference

Rachel Kerestes, Executive Director of Citizens’ Climate Lobby, says CCL's advocacy for climate legislation is more vital than ever.

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New director Rachel Kerestes takes the helm at Citizens’ Climate

Today, Citizens’ Climate Lobby and Citizens’ Climate Education officially welcome their new head executive, Rachel Kerestes.

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1,000+ volunteers to hold ‘Climate Conversations’ on National Mall; attend hundreds of meetings on Capitol Hill

At CCL's 15th annual conference and lobby day, more than 1,000 attendees will hold climate conversations with locals and lawmakers.

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Citizens’ Climate boards hire new Executive Director

The governing boards of CCE and CCL are excited to announce Rachel Kerestes as the organizations’ new incoming Executive Director. 

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New White House permitting rule is a win for climate

Citizens’ Climate Lobby is encouraged to see the new permitting reform rule announced this week, which includes some clear climate wins.

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Right-of-center climate advocates meet with 47 Republican offices

This annual CCL event is exclusively for political conservatives to discuss climate change solutions with Republican offices on Capitol Hill.

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70 conservatives from across America to meet with Republican offices on climate

This annual CCL event is exclusively for political conservatives to discuss climate change solutions with Republican offices on Capitol Hill.

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