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  • Media Release: Trapped by two elderly ladies in a rest home by Sam Daley-Harris

    Marshall Saunders died recently, but it’s not too late for us.  He has left a profound legacy, an organization empowering citizens across the country and around the world to make a difference in the fight against climate change–and you could join them.  Citizens’ Climate Lobby may have started when Saunders was trapped by two elderly women at a rest home, but it could release you from feeling trapped by the enormity of the climate crisis.  You can thank Marshall Saunders for that.

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada
  • SPECIAL BLOG FROM AUSTRALIA: Carbon pricing to the rescue – for climate and government

    CCL Canada and CCL Australia have been working together since 2013. When one country is in a climate emergency, we are all in a climate emergency.

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada
  • LASER TALK: Criteria for Supporting Subnational Policies

    This year CCL Canada will celebrate 10 years. Our focus and determination have made the impossible possible. As we plan for 2020, we will keep in mind these guidelines. We have everything we need to succeed.

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada
  • BLOG: Heroes and Hope at COP 25 in Madrid

    Found out why Vanessa Nakate of Uganda and Jorge Martinez of Mexico are COP25 climate heroes. The hope of a better tomorrow lies with the people such as Vanessa, Jorge and the countless climate heroes on the planet.

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada
  • BLOG: Canadian election is a win for carbon pricing

    These election results are a resounding endorsement of carbon pricing in Canada. Of the popular vote, 65.6% of Canadians voted for parties that support carbon pricing. Of 338 seats in the House of Commons, 67% of them (227 seats) were secured by pro-carbon pricing politicians. “Environment leaders say the federal election result should be a signal from Canadians that climate change should no longer be fodder for partisan bickering,” Canada’s National Post reported.

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada