CCL Takes Over The Hill
Today only (June 9), check out the homepage of The Hill to catch a glimpse of our digital campaign for carbon pricing. This campaign is targeted at congressional agenda setters and influencers and is running all summer. Messages explain the benefits of a carbon price — “Carbon pricing = 50% lower emissions by 2030” and “Carbon pricing means getting back to work,” for example. The campaign is supported by media outreach, and complements the work being done by CCLers across the country.
By Tony Sirna , CCL Strategy Director CCL is hosting its first nationwide phone banking effort to mobilize supporters to make emails and calls to the Senate asking for a price on carbon in the budget reconciliation bill. We've scheduled a series of virtual phone banks where we will be calling CCL supporters across the country, asking them to contact ... more
July 21, 2021 Two major newspapers — the Washington Post and the Houston Chronicle — recently published editorials calling on Congress and the Biden administration to include carbon pricing in climate legislation expected to be taken up this year. Citing Europe’s approach and the need to follow their lead, the Post said, “What is clear is that ... more
July 21, 2021 This is the big moment we’ve been waiting for to get a price on carbon enacted. Between now and September, decisions will be made about climate solutions moving forward in Congress, and now is the time to make our voices heard. “This is what we were built for,” said Danny Richter, CCL’s VP for Government Affairs. “Our organization was built ... more
July 14, 2021 Ever wonder what the world will smell like in the future if climate change continues on its current course? CCL’s Marketing team did, and they’ve just launched a campaign — “Smells Like Climate Change” — to let everyone know it will really stink if we don’t put a price on carbon. With the aim of generating some buzz and initiating ... more