Arkansas Citizens' Climate League
Building Civic Commitment for Climate Solutions

Supporting Climate Action in Arkansas!

Arkansas Climate Accord  
Friday April 27, 2018

Altus | Fayetteville | Fort Smith | Little Rock

Four locations, one night, and one Arkansas Climate Accord

Statewide Accord will be streaming speakers and action from other gala events throughout the evening.  

Wine-a-thon - we will be taking phone orders for wine live from the Altus event all evening!

ALTUS - Chateau aux Arc - Empowering Arkansas One Sip at a Time: Splinters Launch Party 5:30 - 8:00 pm, 8045 AR-186. Join the pre-release of Splinters beginning at 10 AM!  Enjoy wine, cheese and Rock -n- Roll with Peer Reviewed. Serving locally sourced cheese compliments of Petit Jean Farmers Market, and more cheese and sausage compliments Millers Quality Processing of
Centerville, AR!  Desserts compliments of Marco's Pan Bakery, Russellville AR.

FAYETTEVILLE - An Evening in Paris, 5:30 - 8:00 pm, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 224 N. East Ave., Live music by Block Street Hot Club. A wonderful catered meal to include fresh French baguettes!

FORT SMITH - River Walk then Wine, 5:00 - 8:00 pm, Riverfront Events Bldg. WEST, 121 Riverfront. Music with  Still on the Hill ((, Guest speaker Chris McRae of Solar Under the Sun, Delicious meal catered by R&R Curry Express

LITTLE ROCK - Turning up the Heat on Climate Solutions, 5:30 - 8:30 pm, New Deal Salon & Galleries, 2003 S. Louisiana Ave., Live music from Buh Jones & Sarah Cecil. Selections of tasty food courtesy of  China Plus Buffet & Star of India.

Attend a Gala near you for FREE but donations will be gratefully accepted.


J​​​​​​​​​​oin us for
monthly meetings:
Fayettevville - 7 PM
2nd Wednesday each month

Fort Smith -6 PM
1st Monday each month

Little Rock - 6 PM
3rd Monday each month

Carbon Fee Aids Economy, Planet

Carbon Fee Aids Economy, Planet

Saturday, January 16, 2016


Shelley Buonaiuto


  1. Talk for KABF radio program with John Cain
    19 Apr, 2018
    Talk for KABF radio program with John Cain
    Robert has explained how Carbon Fee and Dividend works to create jobs and reduce climate emissions. There are two other areas we need to address in order to make progress on mitigating climate change: agriculture and racial equity. CCL initiated a webinar series on Agriculture, because it is not enough to reduce CO2 emissions. The GHGs already in the atmosphere must be sequestered. Using conservation in farming can sequester CO2 and is also good for the soil, the farmer, and the ecosystem.
  2. Climate change risk for half of plant and animal species in biodiversity hotspots
    07 Apr, 2018
    Climate change risk for half of plant and animal species in biodiversity hotspots
    March 13, 2018 Climate change risk for half of plant and animal species in biodiversity hotspots The Amazon, Miombo Woodlands in Southern Africa, and southwest Australia will be among the most affected places in the world, according to comprehensive new paper and report commissioned by WWF. Source: University of East Anglia Summary: Up to half of plant and animal species in the world's most naturally rich areas, such as the Amazon and
  3. Winter Olympics Threatened by Climate Change
    02 Mar, 2018
    Winter Olympics Threatened by Climate Change
  4. Citizens' Climate Lobby Launches Forum on Carbon Sequestration
    25 Jan, 2018
    Citizens' Climate Lobby Launches Forum on Carbon Sequestration The Arkansas Citizens' Climate Lobby, a grassroots organization working to reduce carbon emissions linked to climate change, is hosting a regional conference in Fort Smith the weekend of Feb. 16. The focus of the conference is climate impacts related to oil and gas development and farming. We provide a preview.
  5. Regional Conference in Fort Smith
    16 Jan, 2018
    Regional Conference in Fort Smith
    ​Regional Conference, Friday February 16-18, 2018 You may have received an email about the event. It will be Friday, February 16 - Sunday February 18 in Ft. Smith at St. Scholastica Conference Center. There are many options for attending. Some people are choosing to stay all three days, while others are joining for the main program on Saturday. Some of the sessions include a Climate Advocate Training Workshop for those new to Citizens climate lobby, leadership training with our National Vice
  6. Congress More Bipartisan on Climate Change
    06 Dec, 2017
    Congress More Bipartisan on Climate Change
    Congressman Carlos Curbelo (R-FL). (Photo: Gage Skidmore, Flickr CC BY-SA 2.0) Congress More Bipartisan on Climate Change The bipartisan House Climate Solutions Caucus now has 62 members, with equal numbers of Democrats and Republicans. Caucus co-founder and Republican Florida Congressman Carlos Curbelo says it’s an effort to advance action on climate protection, even if President Trump and his Administration is
  7. Fee & Dividend Explained in 2 minutes
    30 Nov, 2017
    Fee & Dividend Explained in 2 minutes
  8. Awaiting a Wave
    21 Nov, 2017
    Awaiting a Wave ​
  9. How the Military Fights Climate Change
    16 Nov, 2017
    How the Military Fights Climate Change
Sponsor Benefits

* Every dollar you give will be matched by a generous donor. 

* If you can give $100 or more, you may choose a pigment prints by nationally recognized watercolor master William McNamara, from the gorgeous McNamara Collection of Arkansas paintings. Check them out here.

* If you can give at the $1000 or $750) levels, Chateau Aux Arc Winery will provide you with a selection of wine they have created exclusively to support climate change action.

ARKCCL empowers Arkansans to advocate for a healthy environment and climate change solutions through education, encouragement and engagement.

Because of the success, the Citizens' Climate Lobby of Arkansas (CCL-AR) has had in promoting action on climate change and obtaining financial support the leaders of the group came together to form the Arkansas Citizens’ Climate League (ARKCCL) to create the nonprofit support for climate and environmental action in Arkansas. ARKCCL was established to build civic commitment for climate change action and education in Arkansas by empowering its citizens. Currently, ARKCCL is working with local chapters of the Citizens’ Climate Lobby to provide resources for emerging leader training and provide access to educational opportunities at the state and local level. A key focus of support is to provide these emerging community climate leaders access to training and education offered trough the Citizens’ Climate Education program.
If you like to know more about our work contact us at  or phone 479.462.8834

ARKCCL is established within the meaning of IRS Publication 557 Section 501(c)(3) Organization of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the "Code") or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code and shall be operated exclusively as set forth in the articles of incorporation. these by-laws specify various matters affecting the operations and governance of ARKCCL.