Are clean technologies and renewable energies better for the environment than fossil fuels?November 2, 2022Read more
Instead of drilling for fossil fuels, we need to mine for minerals to manufacture “clean” technologies like solar panels and batteries.
CCL Executive Director to attend COP27November 2, 2022Read more
Madeleine Para, Citizens’ Climate Lobby’s executive director, is set to attend the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27).
Pedaling for a purpose: Bike tour raises awareness for climate changeOctober 31, 2022Read more
“My involvement in CCL has led to huge breakthroughs in the exercise of my personal and political power in ways I could not have imagined.”
Volunteer Spotlight: Beth MalowOctober 25, 2022Read more
With a heavy background in science, Beth found an interest in talking with the public about science, particularly climate change.
Podcasts offer deeper dive into climate issuesOctober 11, 2022Read more
Here are some of the podcasts out there that examine climate change through the lens of science, policy and politics.
Volunteer Spotlight: Linda WeinsteinOctober 5, 2022Read more
Linda Weinstein was shocked at how little senior citizens were paying attention to climate change — so she decided to do something about it.
CCLers use media to push climate as a midterm election issueOctober 4, 2022Read more
With the midterms just a month away, CCL volunteers are working hard to push climate change in candidates’ platforms and fellow voters’ minds.
En-ROADS shows the power of carbon pricingSeptember 25, 2022Read more
En-ROADS shows that a carbon price would “therefore reduce temperature well below where it was expected to go to avoid some of the worst effects of climate change.”
Climate advocacy efforts in North Dakota are paying offSeptember 21, 2022Read more
A lot of work has been going on behind the scenes to move North Dakota’s Republican lawmakers forward on climate advocacy.
Bipartisan climate lessons from the 117th CongressSeptember 15, 2022Read more
Conversation around climate has changed because we believed it could, and we worked to make that a reality. Bipartisanship does work.