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.
January gratitude blog: Volunteer accomplishmentsJanuary 31, 2023Read more
January gratitude blog: This month’s volunteer accomplishments By Katie Zakrzewski Our volunteers are the best around. They work hard and make friends with everyone they meet. We love seeing this hard work pay off, and we love seeing our volunteers make a difference in their communities and around the...
CCLers connect with conservatives at local hunting and fishing eventOctober 14, 2022Read more
South Carolinians and local CCL volunteers celebrated National Hunting and Fishing Day in late September with a large outdoor family event.
SC economists call for a carbon priceApril 8, 2022Read more
Ten economists from six respected institutions are asking South Carolina’s congressional delegation to support a price on carbon.
CCL applauds Senators for bipartisan ag, climate billJune 4, 2020Read more
Sens. Braun (R-IN), Stabenow (D-MI), Graham (R-SC) and Whitehouse (D-RI) have introduced a bipartisan bill called the Growing Climate Solutions 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.
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.
With Paris pullout, time for GOP senators to be climate change champsJune 6, 2017Read more
Last month, Graham, Collins and McCain voted to keep a rule to limit methane emissions. It’s time to reassert their previous leadership on climate change.