Write Your Climate Letter Now, Get it Hand Delivered in DC

Starting June 20, the Citizens Climate Lobby will once again head to Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., to let our representatives and senators know that the folks back home are demanding action on climate disruption.

This year, six members of the WV CCL will be in D.C. to train, then lobby for the political will to curb CO2 emissions! You can help without travelling to D.C. WV CCL has a simple letter that you can fill-in. Download this, print, add your own words, sign and then get the letter to WV CCL before June 20.

Completed letters can be delivered several ways:
– Scan and e-mail them to charlestonwv@citizensclimatelobby.org;
– Snail mail them to:
Jim Probst
7419 Hamlin Rd
Hamlin, WV 25523
– Bring them to the next WV CCL meeting at noon on June 6 at the WVSU EDC building, 1506 Kanawha Blvd W., Charleston, WV

Your completed letters will be hand-delivered to the offices of Senators Manchin and Capito and Representatives McKinley, Mooney, and Jenkins. Help the in-person lobby team demonstrate how many West Virginians want action now. Write a letter today!

Increase your impacts by asking family and friends to write letters, too!

Remember, WV CCL leaves on June 20, so write those letters now.

CCL Dear Congress Form ver 3

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Watch CCL’s video here.

The Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL) is a non-partisan grassroots organization of volunteers working to build political will for a stable climate. For more information about the West Virginia group, contact Jim Probst at 304-824-5916, or email charlestonwv@citizensclimatelobby.org.

The public is also invited to visit the CCL website and sign up for the introductory conference call that takes place on every Wednesday evening, providing an opportunity to learn about the organization’s founding, goals and methods.

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  1. Kathryn A. Stone

    I am extremely concerned about global warming aka climate change with its impact on:

    * sea level rise and ice loss * extreme weather events * crop loss and agricultural disruption * fresh water shortages
    * forest loss and invasive species * ocean ecosystem impacts * impacts on outdoor recreation – e.g. fishing, hunting, etc.

    Until our politicians start supporting the EPA in its efforts to make businesses & industries comply with their regulations (which ought to be more stringent than they are), the above named occurences will become worse and worse!

    1. Kathryn A. Stone

      Thank you. kas

  2. I did write a letter, but it’s so discouraging to read the list of people to whom it will go–among the worst in Congress, coal **bleep** busy crafting legislation and rhetoric to fight “Obama’s war on coal” while the planet burns.

  3. Human effects on climate change are real and must be reduced if planet Earth is to survive. It’s as simple as that. We must act now before so much damage is done that Earth as we know it cannot be saved.

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