Monthly Archives: February 2016

Montana agriculture stakeholders get the lowdown on climate change

CCL News Feb 25, 2016 By Alex Amonette “Late last year, renowned climate scientist Dr. Michael Mann had some sobering news for Montanans who make their living off the land: If we don’t take steps to reduce carbon emissions, the impact of … Continue reading

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CCL Group meets with Rep. Scott Tipton

February 15, 2016 Aspen Daily News reports a meeting is set up in Grand Junction, CO, between local Citizens’ Climate Lobby volunteers, local businesspeople, and Republican U.S. House Representative Scott Tipton. “The Citizens’ Climate Lobby has been supporting a national fee-and-dividend program … Continue reading

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Climate scientist for carbon fee and dividend

Interviewed at Arizona State University, Dr. James Hansen describes the carbon fee and dividend solution for the rapid reduction in carbon emissions.

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Climate change impacts every child

For the past 70 years, UNICEF‘s goals have been to work for children’s rights, survival, development, and protection.  On February 13, 2016, Jeffery O’Malley, UNICEF’s Director of the Division of Data, Research, and Policy, described to CCL volunteers the new UNICEF … Continue reading

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The Climate Problem Will Not Go Away Until We Put a Price on Carbon

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Oil and gas executives hear about carbon pricing

BP Chief executive calls for governments to enact carbon pricing in a speech at International Petroleum Week in London.

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Good article on why a price on carbon makes sense.

Why put a price on carbon? Very good read about why a tax on carbon makes sense at Poet Economist.

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