Your help is needed. Volunteer in Utah today.
Poor air quality, wildfires, and drought threaten Utah. And we can all do something about it.
Join a local chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby to work towards climate solutions that are good for Utahns, the environment, and businesses. We’re a nonpartisan grassroots organization that includes Republicans and other right-of-center supporters.
You’ll work closely with Utah’s leading Republican voices on climate like Senator Mitt Romney and Representative John Curtis.
Volunteer opportunities in Utah include building momentum for change through activities like:
- Meeting with Congressional leaders
- Writing letters to the editors and op-eds
- Meeting with local media
- Educating your community about global warming and legislative solutions
- Participating in chapter and volunteer development
We welcome you to join us and begin working toward climate solutions in Utah. Fill out the form and let’s get started.
Recent accomplishments include:
Facilitating state Republican leaders to author an op-ed
Helped put together an economist letter supporting a carbon fee & dividend
Got a bipartisan state resolution enacted supporting climate action
Held a local media tour to highlight conservative support for climate action in Utah
Join CCL Utah
Join one of our local chapters. If you don’t see a chapter near you, you can join on state-level work or our conservative caucus.
- UT Cache Valley – Logan, UT
- UT Salt Lake City – Salt Lake City, UT
- UT St George – St George, Washington, UT
- UT Utah Valley – Orem, Provo, UT
- UT Wasatch Back – Park City, Midway, Summit County, UT
- UT Weber-Davis – Ogden, UT
We lobby for conservative solutions to climate change
Conservatives are talking about climate policy. Several legislative solutions have garnered significant conservative support.
Carbon fee and dividend
A carbon fee reduces emissions by putting a predictable fee on those emissions and returning all revenues to the American people. This de-incentivizes emissions and gives markets an incentive to move to cleaner technologies.
Pricing carbon is good for Utah business and families.
Good for Business: Carbon pricing is a free market solution. Utah business and industry will lead the way on renewable energy solutions.
Great for Silicon Slopes: A price on carbon unleashes American innovation and lets us lead the way to a clean technology future. Services from tech startups in Silicon Slopes will be in high demand.
Good for Utah Families: Utah has the largest average household size in the nation. It’s critical our children receive the same gifts we received from Utah’s environment.
Some heavy hitters have also expressed their support for carbon pricing. The pro-carbon fee crowd includes Senator Mitt Romney, Utah State Representative Ray Ward, 3,500 economists, all living ex-Federal Reserve Chairs, the US Chamber of Commerce and the American Petroleum Institute.
67% of Utahns believe global warming is happening.
64% believe global warming will harm future generations.
60% say citizens should do more to address global warming.
67% say corporations should do more to address global warming.
60% are in favor of implementing a carbon tax on fossil fuel companies.
Utah Leads on Climate Change
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What’s happening in Utah on climate change
Including conservative news stories on climate change as well as op-eds and letters to the editor from CCL volunteers
- Here’s how Republican Utah can lead out on clean energy and bring real change
- Republicans need to engage in climate politics
- What is carbon pricing? Could it clean Utah’s air?
- Letter: Conservatives, it’s time to have a voice in the climate control discussion
- Want cleaner air? Unleash American ingenuity
- Finding hope — and faith — in the climate change debate
Principal Engineer at HDT Robotics
Tom is a mechanical engineer working on explosive ordnance disposal robots. He lives with his wife, Lauren, in the net-zero house they built in Park City. CCL found Tom when he was looking for a way to get involved in climate change and he was hooked both by the policy proposal and by the approach of treating the people we need to convince with appreciation and respect. He loves talking with legislators and building trust with them - treating them as friends and working with them as allies.
Above all else, Nick Huey strives to be a uniter across political, religious, and socio-economic divides. He's a creative consultant for nonpartisan and moderate nonprofits, helping them to grow grassroots support for their causes. Nick is the proud father of two children, and the lucky husband to Adley Huey. He was drawn to CCL by their nonpartisan, uniting approach to solving the climate crisis.
Chief Technical Officer of Applied Medical Visualizations L.L.C.
Noah is drawn to the beauty of Utah's mountains and deserts, and always and happy to share this joy with others, including his teenage son. CCL is important to him because it offers achievable and effective climate solutions, where current and next generations will benefit. Noah loves working with CCL because it seeks positive relationships between groups of diverse views.
Lead Structural Engineer at Solgen Power
Trevor Jones is a committed environmental activist who moonlights as a moderate-to-conservative Republican. He has served as CCL's liaison for Utah's First Congressional District, helping demonstrate grassroots commitment to Rep. Blake Moore and his staff. He was also a 2018 GOP Salt Lake County delegate, and co-founded Become A Delegate, a non-profit organization dedicated to informing and engaging young moderates to join the political process in Utah. Trevor has also been actively involved in lobbying Ogden City to join HB 411, Utah's municipal renewable energy program.
Emily is a software engineer by day and a climate enthusiast by night. She joined CCL to advocate for effective, pragmatic climate solutions, and to do so in an environment of civility and respect. That advocacy can take many forms, but Emily's favorite CCL experience has been meeting directly with federal, state and local legislators.
Student at the University of Utah
Hannah's passion for the environment began as a child when her dad would take her backpacking in the beautiful Uinta mountains close to her hometown. In her free time, Hannah loves skiing, hiking, running, and camping. To Hannah, working with CCL as the Conservative fellow has been a fulfillment of her childhood dreams.
Get involved with environmental stewardship in Utah
We’ve been blessed with a powerful country, rich with natural resources. Our children deserve to inherit a land that is beautiful. It’s time to change the energy we use to power our economy for a healthier, cleaner, and safer Utah.
Take action with like-minded Utahns to address climate change and its solutions.