- February 13, 2018
Bipartisanship improves public opinion of legislators & policyFebruary 13, 2018Read more
Politics is more polarized than in decades. In this climate, could bipartisan efforts actually backfire? Dr. Celia Paris explains her research, which shows that bipartisanship is still highly beneficial.
- February 12, 2018
Rural chamber of commerce learns, adapts to new climate realityFebruary 12, 2018Read more
CCL blogger and Montana resident Alex Amonette sees firsthand how new climate data and impacts are putting climate front and center for her town’s chamber of commerce.
- February 9, 2018
Washington advocacy groups weigh in on Gov. Inslee’s carbon pricing pushFebruary 9, 2018Read more
After Washington Governor Jay Inslee introduced a carbon pricing proposal, we caught up with local climate advocates to find out their response and next steps.
- February 8, 2018
Volunteer Spotlight: Piper ChristianFebruary 8, 2018Read more
High schooler and CCL volunteer Piper Christian shares some youth-led, state-level efforts that are moving the needle in Utah.
- February 1, 2018
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.