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.
This letter, by group leader Eric C. Miller, appeared in the Bloomsburg Press-Enterprise on Friday, December 10. More on C-PACE here.
This letter appeared in the Bloomsburg Press Enterprise on Friday, October 8, in response to a pair of letters published on September 9:
And September 29:
Meanwhile, this week Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse stated that the final reconciliation bill is all but certain to include a price on methane, and is likely to include a price on carbon. Here’s hoping!
This letter appeared in the Bloomsburg Press Enterprise on Tuesday, September 7.
Nationally, the Citizens’ Climate Lobby remains laser-focused on passing the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act as a means to slashing America’s annual carbon emissions. Locally, members of our chapter are also concerned about the state of American democracy, especially as states such as Georgia and Texas have moved to curtail voting rights and to make voting more difficult. Since we rely on advocacy and persuasion to achieve our political goals, our efforts are directly threatened by a politics that hopes to weaken grassroots action. In our June letter, Eric C. Miller argues that American politics are in a bad place right now, but that large challenges provide us with opportunities to rise.
As always, learn more about the Energy Innovation Act here.
Our fourth letter of 2021 appeared in the Bloomsburg Press-Enterprise on Saturday, May 8. To learn more about the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, check out this explainer from the Natural Resources Defense Council. For more on efforts to block Pennsylvania’s entry, see this recent piece from State Impact Pennsylvania.
Our third letter of 2021 appeared in the Bloomsburg Press-Enterprise on Friday, March 19. To learn more about the mechanism of “carbon fee and dividend,” visit the Citizen’s Climate Lobby explainer. For more information on the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, check out energyinnovationact.org.
Our second letter of 2021 appeared on February 20 in the Press Enterprise. In it, we thank the Bloomsburg Town Council for their support and provide readers with a nutshell-sized explanation of what the EICDA is, how it works, and why it deserves their support. As always, click here for more information.
Today is the first day of the first full week of a brand new year and Bloomsburg CCL is back and re-branded, this time as a town chapter. After a strong start in 2019, the Covid crisis hit Bloomsburg University hard in 2020, and our chapter felt the pain. As part of our continuing adaptation to the state of things, we’ve decided to use our unwelcome new Zoom-based lifestyle to welcome in some new members from the greater Bloomsburg area. We are now bigger and stronger than before, with lots of ambitious plans for the new year. For information on how to get involved, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay tuned for more developments! Read all about the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act here.