December 27, 2018December 27, 2018Read more
As I write these words, I know they won’t make much of difference because the solution to the climate crisis is on the ground action and not more words, blogs, books, social media posts, and especially the circular-firing-squad arguments that exhaust people. Get out of social media, unless…
March 25, 2018March 25, 2018Read more
What is macro-critical resilience? What are the Talanoa open dialogues? What is going on below the surface of the international negotiations? Watch our March CCL Education call with Joseph Robertson, Global Director at Citizens’ Climate Lobby to find out more.
November 22, 2017November 22, 2017Read more
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 unleash millions of splendid suns. This fuels me with great…
September 13, 2017September 13, 2017Read more
Governments and civil society, including Citizens’ Climate Lobby, depend on the work of the IPCC. The IPCC reports are invaluable documents to help all governments make smart, evidence-based decisions for our future. The price tag of $6 million dollars is priceless is comparison to the real world scenarios of…
May 30, 2016May 30, 2016Read more
By early 2017, Canada will have a national carbon pricing policy. For almost six years, we have been lobbying for carbon fee and dividend. Drawing upon our collective experience, CCL volunteers have outlined guidelines on what must be in our national carbon policy.
December 15, 2011December 15, 2011Read more
Progress in Durban on climate, but we mustn’t wait to act Sudbury ON, DEC. 15, 2011– While it is encouraging that a path forward now exists for an international agreement on climate change, the deal completed Sunday in Durban, South Africa, will allow greenhouse gas emissions to continue rising...