Category Archives: Events

Montana Climate Assessment Live!

Dr. Cathy Whitlock, the Lead Author of the 2017 Montana Climate Assessment, will present the findings on May 24 at the Billings Public Library at 7pm. The report is a product of the Montana University System’s Montana Institute on Ecosystems. … Continue reading

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Rally for Science at ZooMT

Join hundreds of Billings kids and their adults at ZooMT on April 21, from 10-4pm for a celebration of science. Citizens Climate Education of Billings will be promoting Healthy Oceans.  Hear from scuba divers from Billings who have visited the … Continue reading

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“Saving Snow”

“Saving Snow” documentary on the economic effects of our warming winters, shows March 5, 2018, 7pm, free, at the ArtHouse Cinema & Pub, Billings.  Panel following. Sponsored by the Sierra Club and Citizens’ Climate Lobby of Billings. We’ll be there … Continue reading

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Dogs at the Zoo and the Universe too!

We enjoyed more than a hundred enthusiastic visitors at our “History of the Universe” table on April 22 at the Rally for Science ZooMT ! Citizens’ Climate Education (Billings) and Eco-Angela (a program of Angela’s Piazza in Billings) volunteers presented two activities:  a puppet … Continue reading

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Cycling for Climate Solutions

The Missoulian published an interview with our Cross Country Cyclers as they visited Missoula and presented at Imagine Nation Brewing. Next stop is Great Falls. They will meet at the Celtic Cowboy on September 13 and talk about their trip for … Continue reading

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Carbon tax done right?

In this Huffington Post blog from April 18, 2016, Jennifer Schwab, sustainability expert and columnist for Huffington Post Green, writes about a conference planned for May 24, 2016 in Washington, D.C. on the topic of an “integrated climate change and carbon tax program” … Continue reading

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Does faith preclude action on climate change?

Politically conservative Idaho rancher and evangelical pastor Tri Robinson will be in Billings to deliver the keynote address for “Faith, Climate Science, and Creation Care”at the Babcock Theatre Friday March 18. Free, open to the public, for people of any or … Continue reading

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Down to earth on groundhog day

Crossroads Project offers a multi-media experience to change the way we see the world. They will be performing at the Citizens’ Climate Lobby Wild West Regional Conference in Salt Lake City, March 20, 2016.  

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“Big Bet” on carbon pricing solutions

MacArthur Foundation Grant $500,000 for climate solutions work over the next two years was awarded to Citizens Climate Education, the educational arm of Citizens Climate Lobby, by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. The MacArthur Foundation’s commitment to … Continue reading

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Bob Inglis with CCL members from Billings and Bozeman.

Former Six Term Congressman Bob Inglis came to Montana for the MSU Extension Service Climate Science Conference in Bozeman.  He was interviewed for T.V. and radio, met with various congressional aides and local politicians in Billings and Bozeman, and was … Continue reading

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