This week members of the Bloomsburg CCL Lobby team met with Conor Hartnett of Rep. Meuser’s office to discuss the Growing Climate Solutions Act, the Reinvesting in Shoreline Economies and Ecosystems ACT, the En-ROADS model, and our continued commitment to carbon pricing as a means to cutting American emissions. It was a good discussion and we appreciate the time!
This Wednesday, September 14, the Institute for Culture and Society at Bloomsburg University will host CCL Appalachian Regional Coordinator Jon Clark and Lewisburg Sunrise Movement Director Andrew Stuhl for a panel discussion on climate advocacy. Hope to see you there!
This letter, signed by a dozen members of CCL Bloomsburg and Pottsville, appeared in the Bloomsburg Press-Enterprise on Friday, August 12. For more on what the Inflation Reduction Act is and does, click here.
This letter, by Eric C. Miller, appeared in the Bloomsburg Press-Enterprise on Thursday, July 14. To join the Citizens’ Climate Lobby, click here!
On June 11-13, the Citizens’ Climate Lobby held its annual summer conference, and we were there! It was an enlightening and inspiring event. In preparation for the fall semester, Marina, Colleen, and Olivia put their heads together on a number of chapter matters, starting with the social media. You can now follow us @bloomccl on Twitter and Instagram.
This letter, by Eric C. Miller, appeared in the Bloomsburg Press-Enterprise on Thursday, May 12. Climate change requires a full-scale mobilization, and demands political will. Next month, our members will convene with others from around the nation to discuss strategies for creating it.
On Wednesday, April 20, we broke out our tabling supplies to participate in the annual Bloomsburg University Earth Day celebration. We shared a lot of information, collected a bunch of contact info, and pitched everyone on carbon pricing. Our solution to climate change? Democracy!
This letter, by group leader Eric C. Miller, appeared in the Bloomsburg Press-Enterprise on Friday, December 10. More on C-PACE here.