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Kirkland Citizens Climate Lobby April Update

The Kirkland Chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby remains active fighting for a healthier clean energy future. We are preparing for several outreach events centered around Earth Day (April 22). We will also be meeting with Representative Suzan DelBene in April to thank her for her efforts on the environment...

Climate Action: Join Kirkland Citizens Climate Lobby on Feb. 28th

The Kirkland Chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby remains hard at work on promoting a politically feasible market-based solution to our climate crisis. While the national news on the “politics” of climate change may seem bleak, with the Supreme Court blocking the implementation of the Clean Power Plan and...

Citizens Climate Meeting 7PM Feb 28

The Kirkland Chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL) continues to meet monthly.  We are preparing for our upcoming meeting with Representative DelBene to ask for her support of a revenue neutral carbon fee and dividend.  On the state level we are writing to encourage our legislature to pass I-732.  On a...

Kirkland Citizens Climate Lobby November Notes

The past month has brought big momentum on the climate front. Keystone XL was denied a permit by President Obama, Shell and other major oil companies are scaling back exploration, and diplomats prepare themselves for the International Climate Summit later this month in Paris. Locally, CarbonWa has managed...

“Change is Our Choice” – Kirkland Citizens Climate Lobby

The Kirkland Chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby remains active. Through the months of October through December we are participating in a discussion course entitled “Change is Our Choice” sponsored by the Northwest Earth Institute. To learn more, visit www.nwei.org. We continue our support of Carbon WA and...

Hello again from Kirkland CCL

Thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at DennyFest. Really impressed at the level of interest among our neighbors at making a positive effort to combat climate change. Special thanks to the folks who signed the I-732 petition. Also big thanks to Dave Asher and Shelly Kloba for stopping by and...

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