Why Taxing Bad Things is Good: ‘Putting a Price’ on Tobacco, Alcohol, and Carbon EmissionsDecember 17, 2022Read more
For over a century, economists have advocated taxing goods or services that impose greater costs on society than their price reflects.
With Gratitude #5: A CCL blog seriesDecember 15, 2022Read more
Read about volunteers who make floats in parades, look for dinosaur fossils, and create the political will for a liveable world!
Volunteer Keynote Gigi Santo, December 2022 conferenceDecember 13, 2022Read more
17-year-old CCL volunteer Giovanna “Gigi” Santo shares what it takes to be a leader, and urges volunteers that anyone can make a difference.
Former U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo opening keynote, December 2022 conferenceDecember 12, 2022Read more
Former U.S. Rep. Carlos Curbelo discusses the impact that CCL had in creating a lasting change through bipartisanship.
Do not try to bend the spoonDecember 9, 2022Read more
The following is taken from a Community post written by John Sabin, CCL Regional Coordinator for the Great Lakes Region.
With Gratitude #4: A CCL blog seriesDecember 9, 2022Read more
Read about volunteers who host congressional forums, create displays for local libraries, and create the political will for a liveable world!
CCL Executive Director’s opening speech at the December 2022 conferenceDecember 8, 2022Read more
This blog includes the transcript of Madeleine Para’s opening speech and sets the stage for the importance of CCL’s December conference.
With Gratitude #3December 1, 2022Read more
Read about volunteers who tabled for Earth Day, petitioned AARP, and plenty more examples of creating the political will for a liveable world!
Episode 78: What is an Effective Climate Change Story?November 28, 2022Read more
In this episode of Citizens’ Climate Radio, host Peterson Toscano considers stories that focus on the impacts of climate change.
CCL to host virtual climate conference on Dec. 3-4November 22, 2022Read more
CCL’s volunteers will gather for a virtual conference early in December to prepare for the advocacy work that lies ahead.