Market-based Solution to Climate Change

September 10, 2016

September 10, 2016

9:00 To 12:00

Event Description

 Former Congressman Bob Inglis (R-SC), founder of RepublicEN, will discuss building support among conservatives for a market-based solution to climate change during the international teleconference part of this month’s meeting of the Long Beach/So. Bay chapter of the nonpartisan Citizens Climate Lobby.

Other agenda items will include reports by chapter members of their recent progress in advancing CCL’s Carbon Fee and Dividend proposal (http://tinyurl.com/hctbqtn). 

Free admission; handicapped accessible; all are welcome.  If convenient, RSVP to  [email protected]

The meeting will be held September 10, 2016 at First Congregational Church of Long Beach, 241 Cedar Ave, Long Beach, CA 90802 from 9 AM until noon.  

Enter the church (https://goo.gl/maps/6JQmu) courtyard at the south-most screened gate on Cedar and follow the CCL signs to the meeting room or cross the courtyard to the elevator.  Free parking is available in the church lot on the northeast corner of Third and Chestnut (entrance is on the alley off of Chestnut): https://goo.gl/maps/BpHqtqtWz3r. You will need a church parking pass on your dashboard to park for free; you can get one at our meeting room.

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