Arkansas Citizens' Climate League
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 THANK YOU! 


Our statewide commitment to community engagement and climate solutions reached a peak on April 27 with our Arkansas Climate Accord statewide benefit gala.  Four months in the making, this fundraiser was held simultaneously in Altus, Fayetteville, Fort Smith and Little Rock.  It united business owners, CCL volunteers, the public, donors and community leaders around climate solutions and climate advocacy. 

We had planned to link all the celebrations together via a simulcast, but technology glitches kept that from happening.  Each venue carried on brilliantly; a reminder that our Arkansas CCL family is held together by something much more profound than fiberoptic and keystrokes: the passion, savvy, and commitment of our volunteers and supporters.

Thanks to you and your generous donations of time, creativity, and money, the Climate Accord raised over $19,000!   I am so grateful.

As a direct result of this fundraising success, in June we’re sending a team of 18 Arkansans to Washington DC for CCL’s Annual International Conference and Lobby Day.  Together our team members represent all four Arkansas Congressional Districts and a broad diversity of Arkansas geography from Batesville to Conway, Fayetteville, Fort Smith, Gould, Hackett, Jonesboro, Little Rock,  Russellville, and Springdale .   We’ll be preparing for the Conference and Lobby day throughout May.

We appreciate you,

Jan Schaper,
State Coordinator,
Citizens' Climate Lobby -Arkansas
    
   
Arkansas Citizens' Climate League (ARKCCL) & Citizens' Climate Lobby-Arkansas (CCL-AR)D

Working Together to Build Civic Commitment for Climate Action



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

The following posts are Letters to the Editor (LtE's), Opposite to the Editorials (OpEd's), articles written by members of Arkansas CCL, and pertinent articles from all sources about climate change.  They are a great wealth of info for all ranges of sustainability-related topics.  
 
Thank you to everyone who put so much time into these fantastic posts!

FEATURED Posts

  1. Protecting our Land and Freedom
    13 Apr, 2017
    Protecting our Land and Freedom
    +Please Note:  The newest posts are entered at the beginning of the blogs. Protecting our Land and Freedom April 12, 2017 “Real estate cannot be lost or stolen, nor can it be carried away. Purchased with common sense, paid for in full, and managed with reasonable care, it is about the safest investment in the world.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt President Roosevelt, one day after Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor, met with the U.S. Congress. One hour after FDR’s Infamy Speech, Congress declared war on
  2. Earth News
    04 Feb, 2017
    Earth News
    Please notice that this blog will be posting the newest additions at the beginning instead of the end dated after Aug 1, 2016. NO VOTER FRAUD IN LAMB    February 17, 2017             With all this talk about massive voter fraud in the last election, I wish to add my voice to this serious controversy. I vote in the tiny Lamb election district of the sparsely populated Scott County of the small state of Arkansas. I would imagine that Lamb is typical of many election districts throughout the US.

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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.
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If you like to know more about our work contact us at [email protected]  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.