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Saturday, November 11, 2017
Maj. Gen. Rick Devereaux, USAF (ret.)
Our Veterans Day speaker is retired Maj. Gen. Rick Devereaux, who served 34 years in the U.S. Air Force before retiring in 2012. His last assignment was Director of Operational Planning, Policy, and Strategy in Washington, D.C. He is currently Executive Vice President for Government Affairs at Texzon Technologies, a pioneer in the field of electromagnetic wave propagation, power storage, and electricity distribution.
Gen. Devereaux is also a volunteer with the Asheville chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby where he educates the public about the national security risks of climate change.
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Latest News from Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada
This fall, our National Director in Canada was an observer at the IPCC and COP23. Here are her reflections on gender equity: By bringing women around the world fully into the global climate dialogues, we are about to…November 22, 2017
Learn how 18 year old Alyssa Taburiaux’s response to a climate dismissive piece got published in newspapers across British Columbia.November 13, 2017
Armed with two days of training and networking, 240 signatures from businesses and NGOs on their open letter and 652 print media hits in 2017, volunteers from across Canada presented five simple steps to improve Canada’s carbon pricing policy…November 2, 2017