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  • LEAVE BEHIND: Our November 2020 Lobbying ask of our MPs

    In the next couple of months, our volunteers will be lobbying their parliamentarians in a Biden-Harris world. What we are proposing is a gentle and effective tool to gradually wean our economy off fossil fuels while not burdening the taxpayer.

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  • ICYMI: An incredible month for one of Canada’s leading young voices for climate action – Sophia Mathur

    Sophia Mathur, one of CCL’s youngest members, seemed to be everywhere in November—making a number of high-profile appearances, and cementing her reputation as a climate activist powerhouse. At just 13, Sophia has emerged as one of Canada’s most important voices in the fight against climate change. 

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  • CCL CANADA EDUCATION: Rebuilding for a better future

    Our volunteers know that everything is connected and embrace the complexity of responding to the intersectional crises facing humanity at this critical junction in history. Some of our critics say Citizens’ Climate Lobby volunteers are too narrowly focused on carbon pricing. If you are a lobbyist, citizen, or professional, you must be focused otherwise politicians won’t know what you stand for and won’t be able to help you much. As well, if you run a national organization over the internet that are only expected to give 10 hours at most a month to the organization, you must be focused. 

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  • LASER TALKS: CCL Canada Updates Laser Talks in Preparation for Lobbying.

    In preparation for lobbying the Canadian government post-USA election, Citizens’ Climate Lobby Canada has updated many of their key laser talks and assembled them into a booklet.

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  • MEDIA PACKET: Stop the Dash to Gas and Green the Grid

    The Corporate Knight’s Building Back Better Report indicates that greening the grid will create 905,000 jobs/and add $284.5 billion of gross value to the Canadian economy between now and 2030. Achieving this transformation will require strong measures. How can we get there?

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