Category Archives: Montana

Dialogue across differences in Montana

  For 25 years, the Public Conversations Project in Boston has offered “a unique approach to dialogue that promotes connection and curiosity among those who saw one another as enemy.”  The Public Conversations Project helps people feel understood and better understand others, … Continue reading

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“Best group I’ve ever joined”

New 8 minute  video about Citizens’ Climate Lobby volunteers.

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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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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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Billings Gazette publishes Op Ed on pricing carbon

carbon fee and dividend is getting more press all over the U.S.  

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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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Energy Optimists–Climate Realists

Conservatives concerned about climate change  find a leader in Bob Inglis.  He directs, a “community committed to free enterprise solution to climate change.  He is a Republican who represented South Carolina’s 4th District in the U.S.House of Representatives from 1993-1999 and … Continue reading

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