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Place an escalating price on carbon.
Return all revenue raised to the public.

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Policy Exchange

September national campaign

Big step forward in fixing climate change! An exciting report has just been released, recommending ‘an independent carbon tax with dividends’ – which is the Citizens’ Climate Lobby preferred solution to climate change and air pollution. As we understand it, Policy Exchange, widely viewed as Britain’s leading think tank and the author of the report,…

Calling for Climate Leadership

As the nation that kicked off the industrial revolution and started burning fossil fuels, we have a particular responsibility to lead the world in action to tackle the climate change brought about by the burning of those fossil fuels.

Henley on Thames

Henley Group News – Using the Sugar Tax?

At a lively meeting of Henley’s CCLUK meeting on June 4th, we discussed how to create media follow-up to our most recent campaign and took up the challenge from the CCL UK ‘mother ship’ to publish in newspapers. We discussed guidance from several sources – the CCL US website, a local business meeting where one of…

Campaign

Policy Exchange

September national campaign

Big step forward in fixing climate change! An exciting report has just been released, recommending ‘an independent carbon tax with dividends’ – which is the Citizens’ Climate Lobby preferred solution to climate change and air pollution. As we understand it, Policy Exchange, widely viewed as Britain’s leading think tank and the author of the report,…

Views

Politicians don’t listen

But then, we don’t really talk to them. Some of us do though. It’s very easy now with social media. You can even tweet animated gifs at your MP. There are plenty to choose from, but it might be better to DM them, or email them. If you really want to go overboard, you can…

Carbon Pricing: Be Careful What You Ask For

Why All Ways of Pricing Carbon Are Not The Same… Why do fossil fuels continue to provide most of our energy? The reason is simple. Fossil fuels are the cheapest energy. James Hansen, leading climate scientist and former director of NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies.

Should we subsidise fossil fuels?

This is what I’m thinking of asking my MP after getting a reply to my email asking for her and her party’s position on carbon pricing that just lists a load of things her party, Labour, will do to tackle climate change, but doesn’t mention carbon pricing at all, and I’ve barely heard any mention…

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Events

One Great George Street

The Future of Carbon Pricing – POSTPONED

MESSAGE FROM THE POLICY EXCHANGE: Please note that we are delaying publication of our report on carbon pricing until Tuesday 17th July, and the event is postponed until October. This is an event organised by the Policy Exchange, a London-based think tank that has influenced a lot of Conservative party policy. One of the guest…

Climate Damages Tax Campaign Launch

The launch of a campaign organised by Stamp Out Poverty proposing, by the sounds of the intro, a carbon tax with the revenue paid to the Green Climate Fund or similar to pay for the damage caused by carbon emissions. The panel includes: Ralph Regenvanu MP Minister of Foreign Affairs, Vanuatu Barry Gardiner MP Shadow Minister for International…

Environmental Drinks in Stockwell, London

Not specifically a CCL event, but one that some CCL members will be at and where carbon pricing is sure to be discussed, so if you’re in London come along. The Priory Arms serves good beer and good food and is only a 5 minute walk from Stockwell tube.

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