September 15, 2017September 15, 2017Read more
The predictability of the BC carbon tax hike is key to de-risking clean tech adoption. De-risking is exactly what it sounds like: as fossil fuels become steadily more expensive, clean tech will become a predictably less risky investment. That will encourage more clean tech adoption and continue to drive down emissions.
August 11, 2017August 11, 2017Read more
CCL Youth invite Catherine McKenna, the Minister of Environment and Climate Change, Peter Schiefke, the Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister (Youth), and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to meet them during CCL Canada’s annual conference and lobby days on October 21-24, 2017.
May 4, 2017May 4, 2017Read more
As CCL Canada prepares for its 2017 annual conference, we take a look back at what is at the heart of the work we do.
April 20, 2017April 20, 2017Read more
The Nelson–West Kootenay Chapter of Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL) has prepared this summary of major party platforms on climate action to help you better understand your choices. CCL is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots advocacy organization focused on creating the political will for a livable planet.
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August 24, 2016August 24, 2016Read more
“Enough with the climate brinkmanship. BC showed the world that pricing carbon transparently works economically and politically. Opportunity is knocking. It’s time Canada carved out our slice of the global multi-trillion-dollar clean tech industry with a transparent, incrementally rising, national and revenue neutral price on carbon.”
April 9, 2016April 9, 2016Read more
Briana Smith Citizens’ Climate Lobby world headquarters recently sent an email asking for help, “A very detail oriented mayor in California would like to know why didn’t the rest of Canada adopt BC’s version of CFD? Great question and here is our answer: