Snapshots of CCL’s Earth Day 2023May 19, 2023Read more
During April 2023, CCL chapters held 837 outreach events, welcoming nearly twice our average number of monthly volunteer joins for 2023.
Colorado CCL chapter honors climate hero Ed Perlmutter, bids farewellAugust 3, 2022Read more
Ed Perlmutter has been a U.S. Representative for 16 years and works towards public support for climate bills.
Volunteer Spotlight: Yonatan MalinMarch 9, 2022Read more
For this month’s Volunteer Spotlight, we hear from Yonatan Malin, the leader of CCL’s Jewish Action Team from Boulder, Colorado.
Black History Month week 4: Environmental artistsFebruary 22, 2022Read more
For the fourth week of Black History Month, we highlight four Black environmental artists who advocate for change through their art.
Longmont City Council unanimously endorses carbon fee and dividend policyNovember 30, 2021Read more
CCL’s Longmont chapter in Colorado shares how they secured a municipal endorsement and four lessons learned along the way.
After Texas froze, CCLers shared stories to climate changeMarch 10, 2021Read more
CCL volunteers throughout the nation shared personal stories of extreme weather and urged others to take action to rein in climate change.
Generating an editorial endorsement in Grand JunctionJanuary 8, 2020Read more
Read how volunteers generated an editorial endorsement from the Grand Junction Daily Sentinel on the Energy Innovation & Carbon Dividend Act.
Bipartisan Senate Climate Solutions Caucus announces membershipNovember 8, 2019Read more
The Senate Climate Solutions Caucus welcomes Sens. Michael Bennet (D-CO), Lisa Murkowski (R-AK), Mitt Romney (R-UT), Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and others.
Colorado CCL chapter convenes local mayors to discuss climate solutionsNovember 1, 2019Read more
The Golden, Colorado chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby hosted a panel discussion for mayors of Colorado cities to discuss climate solutions.
Recent pro-climate actions by Republicans flew under the radarJuly 31, 2018Read more
Recent votes and actions by some Republicans in the House show a shift on climate change, even though they don’t generate much media attention.