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Climate change solutions in Monadnock, NH

Join the Citizens’ Climate Lobby Monadnock Chapter

The Monadnock Region--the southwest corner of New Hampshire--including Keene and Peterborough, New Hampshire
View of Mount Monadnock
 Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, grassroots advocacy organization working for the passage of Carbon Fee and Dividend, the climate change solution economists and climate scientists alike say is the “best first step” to preventing the worst impacts of a warming world.

The Monadnock Chapter of CCL currently meets from 12:30 to 2:30 pm on the second Saturday of each month, timed to coincide with CCL's monthly conference call and keynote speaker, always on an interesting topic. Our meetings take place in public locations and in private homes, usually alternating between the vicinity of Peterborough and the vicinity of Keene.

We communicate with each other by occasional e-mails. We have a special e-mail group for those who want more frequent communications.

Our primary activities are writing letters to our Members of Congress, writing letters and op-eds about Carbon Fee and Dividend in local and regional newspapers, tabling at climate- and energy-related events, and making presentations at business and social organizations. Please join us even if you have only limited free time, because every small contribution helps!!

Don’t see your town listed? Check out our other New Hampshire CCL chapters

NH Antioch University - Keene, NH (Active)
NH Great Bay - Durham, NH (Active)
NH Lakes Region - Laconia, NH (Active)
NH Monadnock - Keene, NH (Active)
NH Seacoast - Kittery/Portsmouth, NH (In Progress)
NH South Central - Manchester, NH (Active)
NH Upper Valley - Enfield, NH (Active)
 

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