November Happenings

1)  Have you invited all of your friends and family to our call in day? We’re just a few days away and we want to log as many calls as we can on Wed., Nov 8th!

RSVP and INVITE 10 friends now before you forget!
#DearCongres #ActOnClimate #ClimateChange #CallCongress

​On November 8th,​ call and ask Congress to ​enact Carbon Fee and Dividend.

​​Visit ​our Call Congress website to: (1) get their phone numbers, (2) see a script of what to say, and (3) log your call​.​

Sign up for CCL Text Alerts to receive reminders about our national actions in support of climate solutions. We’ll send you a reminder to make your calls.

C​ongress​ needs to hear from​ us that we want them to take action on climate change. ​

​​On November 14th, hundreds of citizens from across the nation will ​meet with members of Congress in Washington, D.C. to ​ask for carbon fee and dividend.

​​To amplify ​the impact of these meetings and help ​to ​move Congress a step closer to​ climate​ legislation​, please call your legislators on Wednesday, November 8th​.
If you don’t get through, you c​an leave a message Wednesday night, or call on ​Thursday.

Time and again we hear from members of Congress that they don’t hear enough from their constituents that climate change matters to them. Calling your Senators and Representative is the first step in building a relationship with your congressional offices and creating the political will needed to ​address climate change.

​More details here:

2) Mt. Pleasant Citizens’ Climate Lobby meets the second Saturday of the month:

November 11, Veterans Day, 4:00 p.m.-5:30 p.m., Veterans Memorial Library, 301 S. University, Mt. Pleasant, MI. NOTE LOCATION CHANGE!

Each month, Citizens’ Climate Lobby supporters gather locally for a monthly meeting where we educate ourselves by watching a guest speaker and plan our local actions and outreach to build the will to pass effective climate legislation.

With 60 members now on the equally bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus, we are beginning our preparation to assist passing our Carbon Fee and Dividend proposal which could be introduced in the foreseeable future. We need to be ready!

Our Veterans Day speaker is retired Maj. Gen. Rick Devereaux, USAF (ret.), who served 34 years in the U.S. Air Force before retiring in 2012. His last assignment was Director of Operational Planning, Policy, and Strategy in Washington, D.C. He is currently Executive Vice President for Government Affairs at Texzon Technologies, a pioneer in the field of electromagnetic wave propagation, power storage, and electricity distribution.

Gen. Devereaux is also a volunteer with the Asheville chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby where he educates the public about the national security risks of a changing climate.

We hope you’ll come, bring a friend, and learn more about our politely persistent, effective methods that are bringing all parties together for a fair solution to the climate issues facing us all.

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