Take Action this Election Season

It’s time to get loud for the climate đź“Ł

To pass climate policy, Congress needs to hear a chorus of many different voices calling their offices. Today is a great day to join that chorus. Let’s continue building support for carbon pricing and healthy forests and share CCL’s key social media posts to your network to urge them to take action for the climate today, too.

Climate advocates organizing at a local park in Dallas

Pricing carbon will drive energy innovation, giving every American community access to abundant, affordable clean energy at a predictable price. Email your members of Congress today asking them to support this policy.

A female in a white t-shirt pointing to a phone held by a man in a sports coat while standing in a park.

Even with the Inflation Reduction Act’s climate provisions, we need the policies in the Energy Innovation Act to hit our emissions reductions goals. The good news: it’s likely to be reintroduced in Congress soon.

Two smiling female CCL supporters with the one on the left looking at the one on the right's phone.

Social media is a powerful tool we can use to tap in to our network of friends, family and peers. Help spread the word about climate news and solutions by sharing one or more of CCL’s social media posts.

Who is Citizens’ Climate Lobby?

Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan grassroots advocacy climate change organization that exists to create the political will for climate change solutions by enabling individual breakthroughs in the exercise of personal and political power.


Our consistently respectful, nonpartisan approach to climate education is designed to create a broad, sustainable foundation for climate action across all geographic regions and political inclinations.


CCL empowers everyday people to work with their community and their members of Congress. Our supporters cover the political spectrum and work in more than 450 local chapters. Together, we’re building support for a national bipartisan solution to climate change.