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  • Legislative Update for September 2014

    September 14, 2014

    Biggest concern with carbon pricing: What about other countries? Perhaps the biggest takeaway from a review of our 2014 conference meeting notes with MOC’s and hill staffers was the concern about how our policy would affect our position in the world. This was manifest in questions about how the...

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  • Legislative Update, August 2014

    August 6, 2014

    Rep. Van Hollen introduces cap-and-dividend bill At the end of July, Rep. Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) has introduced a cap-and-dividend bill, The Healthy Climate and Family Act. Here is CCL’s position on this legislation: There’s a lot to love about the Van Hollen bill. We are very encouraged to see the...

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  • Conference Report

    June 30, 2014

    An amazing week at #CCL2014! By Steve Valk If there was one thing to be said about the 5th Citizens Climate Lobby International Conference, it became apparent that CCL is now operating on a whole new level. Final numbers are not yet in, but once again we nearly doubled...

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  • Expansion: The Heart of It

    May 14, 2014

    CCL Director of Field Development Elli Sparks leads a group launch in Lynchburg, VA. Our goal for 2014: Cover every district with 300 chapters By Elli Sparks Director of Field Development Which conservative member of Congress will stand first for a revenue neutral carbon tax?  At this point, we...

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  • Changing the Climate Conversation

    April 1, 2014

    By Joseph Robertson The conversation about climate change is no longer a dispute about what volume of scientific evidence qualifies as abundant and overwhelming; the conversation is starting to focus on which are the best choices for action to reduce the risk. My work with Citizens’ Climate Lobby has...

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