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  • OPEN LETTER: Trust in Science in Budget 2020 – UPDATED

    Thus, be rest assured if the budget protects and perhaps improves Canada’s carbon pricing policy, Citizens’ Climate Lobby groups in over 100 ridings will be cheering you on because, at Citizens’ Climate Lobby, we stand behind the politicians who stand up for the climate and, therefore, the long-term interests of all Canadians.

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  • Climate Emergency: A 26-Week Transition Program for Canada by Guy Dauncey FRSA, PIBC (Hon)

    We are transitioning out of the fossil fuel economy into a New Ecological Civilization. Guy opened our imaginations to many things that must be done and gave us a possible roadmap to get there, which includes is predictably rising carbon price. 

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  • LASER TALK: About Citizens’ Climate Lobby Canada

    We are action-oriented, highly focused and we are not guessing. Most of all we like to have fun. In less than 10 hours a month, guided by our core values, especially our superpower, focus, our volunteers are continuing to create the political will locally for predictably rising and harmonized carbon pricing in Canada.

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  • ICYMI: Canadians Can Participate in CCL’s Snowman Contest

    Individuals or groups get together to make an individual snowman or group of snowmen and take a picture to submit to Instagram.

    Deadline: Sunday, February 23rd at 11:59pm PT

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada
  • LASER TALK: Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission’s Final Report

    THREE RECOMMENDATIONS
    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 policymakers choose not to close the gap to Canada’s emissions target using carbon pricing, they should rely on increasingly stringent flexible regulations instead.

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    Citizens' Climate Lobby Canada