Texas Energy Freedom Tour
Who are we?
We are citizen volunteers committed to a vibrant, growing economy that manages climate risks appropriately. Most of us are former engineers in the oil/gas industry.
Peter Bryn is an engineer who spent eight years with ExxonMobil. Peter recently resigned to become a full-time volunteer with Citizens’ Climate Lobby Texas.
Brett Cease is a UT-Dallas doctoral student in Public Policy and co-leader of the Denton, TX chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby. He’s worked the past decade in the field as a canoe instructor, camp director, and high school social studies teacher, and is now working with CCL to catalyze existing stakeholders to find common economic solutions.
Ricky Bradley is a Texan who knows America can achieve energy freedom while growing its economy. After volunteering full time for two years, Ricky now works for Citizens’ Climate Lobby.
Larry Kremer is a PhD chemist who spent 38 years with Baker Hughes. He has patents/publications in renewable energy and carbon capture. He is a volunteering with energy startups and Citizens’ Climate Lobby.
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We Texans understand that a changing climate is already costing us – droughts, heat waves, increased fire activity, water shortages and more.
Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a nonpartisan, nonprofit mobilizing Texans to take action to stop climate change, protect our people and help Texas’ energy economy make a smooth transition.
Our market-based Carbon Fee and Dividend policy would create jobs, support small businesses and families, and reduce emissions — all without burdensome EPA regulations or growing the government.