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February 8 Guest Speaker
Bob Inglis, Executive Director of republicEn.org
Our February guest, Bob Inglis, is no stranger to Citizens’ Climate Lobby. A member of CCL’s advisory board and the governing board of Citizens’ Climate Education, Bob served as a Republican Congressman from South Carolina from 1993 to 1999 and again from 2005 to 2011. During his tenure, Bob introduced the Raise Wages, Cut Carbon Act — a revenue-neutral carbon tax. After leaving Congress, he started republicEn.org, an organization devoted to persuading conservatives to address climate change with market-based solutions. Bob has been a featured speaker at CCL national and regional conferences, coaching volunteers on how to effectively engage conservatives on climate change.
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Deadline: Sunday, February 23rd at 11:59pm PTFebruary 12, 2020
1. Governments should evaluate whether their policies are stringent enough to meet targets, and close any gaps.
2. If governments wish to meet their climate goals at least cost, they should rely on increasingly stringent carbon pricing.
3. If…February 1, 2020
In 2019, of the 185 Parties that have submitted their Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) to the Paris Agreement, 96—representing 55 percent of global GHG emissions —have stated that they are planning or considering the use of carbon pricing as…January 19, 2020