CCL Agricultural Series on Carbon Farming: Regenerative Agriculture for Climate Stabilization

October 3, 2017

Join guest speaker Connor Stedman of AppleSeed Permaculture, an ecological designer and educator, specializing in applying carbon practices to grow resilience and profitability on working land.

In this new six-week webinar series, learn how farmers can implement these practices, what policies they need to scale up the process, and how you can help. These online presentations are hosted by the CCL Agriculture Action Team, for a six-part series called “Agriculture at the Table: Land Use Practices that Extract and Store Carbon.”

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Citizens’ Climate University: Household and Small Business Considerations for Fee-And-Dividend (Audio)

September 29, 2017

​Audio Only: Join CCL Board Member and Bank Economist Jerry Hinkle in exploring more in-depth policy details behind the implications of CCL's Household Impact Study and how its findings can speak to many of the current concerns from our members of Congress.

In the second part CCL member Dr. Phil Harding, Linus Pauling Chair at Oregon State University, leads a discussion about the role carbon fee and dividend plays in catalyzing innovation to provide the price signal for investors, engineers, and scientists to seek out opportunities that correspond to customer needs and market opportunities.

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Citizens’ Climate University: Household and Small Business Considerations for Fee-And-Dividend

September 29, 2017

​Join CCL Board Member and Bank Economist Jerry Hinkle in exploring more in-depth policy details behind the implications of CCL's Household Impact Study and how its findings can speak to many of the current concerns from our members of Congress.

In the second part Dr. Phil Harding, Linus Pauling Chair at Oregon State University and CCL member, discusses the role carbon fee and dividend plays in catalyzing innovation to provide the price signal for investors, engineers, and scientists to seek out opportunities that correspond to customer needs and market opportunities.

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CC Radio Ep 16 Pursuing Climate Justice

September 24, 2017

What do people of color concerned about climate change and environmental impacts to their communities want white climate advocates to know? What roles do climate organizations with mostly white members play in environmental justice work? How do you define "the environment," and what is climate justice? Today we take on a big story. Bigger than any single extreme weather event, we explore the topics of environmental justice and climate justice. We look at how injustice in society, particularly in the USA, deepens suffering during a time of climate change. Peggy Sheppard, the co-founder and executive director of WE ACT For Environmental Justice and Dr. Beverly G Ward, Field Director for Earthcare for the Southeastern Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends, talk about their work pursuing environmental and climate justice. 

Art House/Puzzler

We did not want to rush the conversations with our guests, so we do not include an Art House segment or a new puzzler. Peterson will share the answers from last month's puzzler on Ep 17. You still have time to send in your answers. 

Puzzler Question

You are chatting with an acquaintance, let's call him Larry. Somehow you get to talking about windmills and the rapid advances in renewable technology. Larry is sympathetic but bothered by something. He says to you, Yeah, I understand that these windmills can help to get us off of coal and gas, but they look so ugly! I hate how they are destroying the countryside.

So What would you say to Larry? Try to think of something that will open up the conversation and get him to better understand climate change. Get back to Peterson by October, 15, 2017. You can also email your answers to radio @ citizensclimate.org or leave a voicemail of 3 minutes or less at 570.483.8194. (+1 if calling from outside the USA.)

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Citizens’ Climate University: Getting the Border Carbon Adjustment Right (Audio)

September 23, 2017

Audio Only: Join CCL's board chairman and trade law specialist Dr. Ross Astoria to explore more in-depth policy details behind the trade legality and practical aspects of border carbon adjustment implementation and constraints.

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Citizens’ Climate University: Getting the Border Carbon Adjustment Right

September 23, 2017

Join CCL's board chairman and trade law specialist Dr. Ross Astoria to explore more in-depth policy details behind the trade legality and practical aspects of border carbon adjustment implementation and constraints.

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Carbon Fee Point of Assessment: Team O.I.L.’s Analysis (Audio)

September 15, 2017

Audio Only: What does "as far upstream as possible" or “at the source, wellhead, or port of entry" really mean? Join CCL Team O.I.L. (Oil & Gas Industry Liaisons) leaders Dr. Larry Kremer, Rick Knight and Liz Fisher in exploring more in-depth policy details behind how carbon-based fuels may be assessed their CO2 content according to CCL's proposal.

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Carbon Fee Point of Assessment: Team O.I.L.’s Analysis

September 15, 2017

What does "as far upstream as possible" or “at the source, wellhead, or port of entry" really mean? Join CCL Team O.I.L. (Oil & Gas Industry Liaisons) leaders Dr. Larry Kremer, Rick Knight and Liz Fisher in exploring more in-depth policy details behind how carbon-based fuels may be assessed their CO2 content according to CCL's proposal.

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September 2017 Monthly Meeting with Dr Shi-Ling Hsu

September 10, 2017

Dr. Shi-Ling Hsu is the D’Alemberte Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Environmental Programs at the Florida State University College of Law. He is the author of The Case for a Carbon Tax: Getting Past our Hang-ups to Effective Climate Policy, which remains the most comprehensive general treatment and argument for carbon taxation. He teaches and writes in the areas of environmental and natural resource law, climate change, law and economics, and property.

Professor Hsu holds an M.S. in ecology and a Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics, and was an EPA Star Fellow from 1996-98. A member of CCL’s advisory board, Dr. Hsu has completed 22 marathons, including 6 Boston Marathons.

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September 2017 Monthly Meeting with Dr Shi-Ling Hsu

September 10, 2017

Dr. Shi-Ling Hsu is the D’Alemberte Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Environmental Programs at the Florida State University College of Law. He is the author of The Case for a Carbon Tax: Getting Past our Hang-ups to Effective Climate Policy, which remains the most comprehensive general treatment and argument for carbon taxation. He teaches and writes in the areas of environmental and natural resource law, climate change, law and economics, and property.

Professor Hsu holds an M.S. in ecology and a Ph.D. in agricultural and resource economics, and was an EPA Star Fellow from 1996-98. A member of CCL’s advisory board, Dr. Hsu has completed 22 marathons, including 6 Boston Marathons.

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