Sat, March 11

CCL Sacramento General Meeting, 9:45 – noon, Reason Center, 1824 Tribute Road, Sacramento


CCL Placer Foothills Chapter General Meeting: 10 am- 1 pm, Round Table Pizza, 6111 Horseshoe Bar Rd, Loomis


Th, March 16

Letter to the Editor Workshop, 1 – 3pm, Temple Coffee , 2200 K St, Sacramento - Eileen


Sat, April 8

CCL Sacramento General Meeting, 9:45 – noon, Reason Center, 1824 Tribute Road, Sacramento


Th, April 13

Letter to the Editor Workshop, 6 – 8pm, Temple Coffee , 2200 K St, Sacramento - Eileen


Sat, April 22

March For Science, details to come – contact Dana

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Sun, April 23 

Earth Day at Southside Park, Tabling – details to come - Billie is lead on tabling and coordination with ECOS



Sat, April 29

People's Climate Mobilization March, details to come - Maria is the liaison with the Sacramento Climate Coalition



Sat, May 20

Walk on the Wild Side, Environmental Fair at Regional Sanitation District, tabling – Jennifer


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CCL Conference and Lobby Days, Washington DC


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Welcome to Sacramento Citizens Climate Lobby

The mission of CCL is to create the political will for a stable climate

CCL is a non-partisan group of citizens that informs public opinion and creates the political will for a national, revenue-neutral carbon tax: a fee placed on the source of production, with 100% of the money collected returned equally to all American households - a carbon fee and dividend.

CCL members exercise their political voice:
    • We meet with members of Congress
    • We write Letters to the Editor
    • We speak to community groups
    • We present community events
Climate change poses an enormous and pressing risk to the security of our nation, the world, and future generations. 

At CCL we support a national market-based solution that both conservatives and liberals can get behind: a revenue-neutral carbon tax with 100% dividend to all American households.  It does not increase the size of government, it harnesses the power of investors and entrepreneurs, and it protects low and middle-income households. 

Only a global solution can address the risk we face.  We propose a national solution that demonstrates world leadership and incorporates market incentives for other nations to join. 

Please read more at www.citizensclimatelobby.org

Member Spotlight

  • Stop ignoring scientific evidence Re “Scientists see global warming, drought ties” (Page 8A, Aug. 21): Recent scientific research points to more evidence showing the role a warming climate plays in “intensifying and prolonging droughts.” However, recently, I have heard many people make statements like: “It doesn’t matter if we overwater our lawns because the water goes back into the aquifer,” “Making a big deal over the drought is a ploy by Southern California to get more of our water” and “The coming El Niño will prove the panic over the drought is unfounded, and climate is just doing its normal fluctuations.”These comments are not backed by science. People need to stop living in a bubble of information from questionable sources and start ...
    Posted Sep 6, 2015, 8:46 AM by jennifer wood
  • Sac Bee LTE 6/28/16- Jennifer Wood Re “Shultz’s view of climate change” (Dan Morain, June 25): I was thrilled to read Dan Morain’s column about George Shultz, secretary of state under Ronald Reagan, and his support for climate action that includes a revenue-neutral carbon tax. I just returned from Washington, D.C., to lobby Congress with a group called Citizens’ Climate Lobby, along with over 800 other volunteers who visited every congressional office on Capitol Hill.We were lobbying for national legislation that calls for a carbon fee and dividend, which is exactly the proposal discussed by Shultz, who is on our Advisory Board. The road to a simple, transparent national climate solution is not easy and there are many obstacles. However, at ...
    Posted Jul 4, 2015, 11:09 PM by jennifer wood
  • Sac CCL volunteer Jim Lerner interviewed on KUBU 96.5 Jim was interviewed by Steve Saffold, 350 Sacramento volunteer, for his show The Climate Report.   Jim talked about his background and about why he thinks the Citizens' Climate Lobby proposal for a carbon fee and dividend is a good climate solution.The Climate Report: Tune in to the new 350 Sacramento weekly radio show, with Steve Saffold, every Thursday at 5 pm on KUBU 96.5 or podcast through accesssacramento.org at that time. It is also possible to listen to the show live on the free Tunein app for smartphones.350 Sacramento's new radio show airs every Thursday at 5 pm. If you are interested in joining the production team, please email info@350sacramento.org. June 4, 2015 ...
    Posted Jun 6, 2015, 8:12 AM by jennifer wood
  • Visionaries lead the way Re “Apple to build solar plant” (Business, Feb. 11) and “Google buys into clean energy” (Business, Feb. 12): Kudos to Apple and Google for announcing that they are moving forward on huge green energy projects to fuel their operations, Apple in solar and Google in wind. A significant portion of their energy will be supplied by these energy sources.If only more American companies and politicians could take the forward-looking position of Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, who stated, “We know that climate change is real. Our view is that the time for talk is past and the time for action is now,” then this country truly could move toward a carbon-neutral goal.Apple and Google are proven ...
    Posted Feb 16, 2015, 10:13 AM by jennifer wood
  • Global warming is worsening California's drought Re "Climate change is increasing chances of California drought" (Viewpoints, Sept. 30): Stanford scientists Daniel Swain and Noah Diffenbaugh just published a study finding that human-caused global warming has increased the chances of a high pressure ridge off the coast like the Ridiculously Resilient Ridge that's a primary cause of our current exceptional drought. Another study published a few weeks ago likewise found a human influence in the ridge and intensity of California's drought. Global warming also raises temperatures and evaporation from reservoirs and soil, amplifying droughts even further. A UC Davis study estimated that the drought will cost California over $2 billion this year. People always focus on the costs of reducing carbon pollution, but the ...
    Posted Dec 31, 2014, 7:12 AM by jennifer wood
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