News from our chapter
Diane Mills submitted an Op/Ed to the Lock Haven Express that was published on October 28, 2019. Written in conjunction with Mark Reynolds, executive director of Citizens’ Climate Lobby, the Op/Ed celebrates the hopeful bipartisan cooperation emerging to solve the climate crisis. You can read it here.
Sylvia Neely and Dick Jones wrote an Op/Ed published in the Centre Daily Times on Sunday, October 10 describing our chapter’s presentations to explore possible alternatives to fossil fuels. You can read it here.
Dick Jones recently spoke at University Baptist and Brethren Church on the importance of acting on climate change to help our neighbors. His insightful comments were published in the magazine of the Church of the Brethren. Here is a link to the article.
Fernanda Lugo, Alfonso Saldaña, and Lisa Richardson tabled for CCL at the United Nations Association Annual Dinner on October 19, where we were able to hear Prof. Tom Richard of Penn State’s Institutes of Energy and the Environment discuss developments in the field of renewable natural gas
Registration is now open for the annual conference of the MidAtlantic Region of Citizens’ Climate Lobby which covers Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, and Washington, DC. The conference will be held in Wilmington, Delaware on January 18-19, 2020 with the theme of “20-20 Vision: Clarifying our Regional Climate Strategy.” For more information and to register, click here.
On October 6, in his monthly column in the Centre Daily Times, Jonathan Brockopp featured Citizens’ Climate Lobby as one of the local groups people should consider joining in order to make a difference on climate change. You can read his article here.
Danny Richter, CCL’s Vice President of Government Affairs, was interviewed on October 8 on a podcast called Climate Pod, on which he discussed our bill and the value of bipartisanship for climate action. You can access the interview at this site.