In support of Carbon Pricing
Winemakers and Growers Face the Impacts of a Changing Climate: Jim Bernau of Willamette Valley Vineyards and Chris Nelson of Raffaldi Vineyards, winemakers from leading markets in Oregon and North Carolina respectively, discuss the profound effects of a changing climate on winemakers and growers in this July 2019 webinar.
Military Veterans in Clean Energy: Trends and Best Practices: Dan Misch, Federal Project Director, U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science at Argonne National Laboratory, discusses in this June 2019 webinar event how leaders in business and policy are opening doors to new career opportunities, refining workforce recruitment and retention practices for highly skilled, mission-driven veterans.
Business Leaders Make the Case for Carbon Pricing: David Deutscher, a commercial real estate developer in Pleasant Hill, CA, explains how his business is using sustainable practices to increase his profits and how a national price on carbon will further his business success. Our video series is a collaboration of CCL, BCL and the American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC).
Agriculture and Climate - Regenerative Farming to Save Our Food Supply: BCL’s Ag team co-leader Klaus Mager discusses the profound role that agriculture will play in securing our climate future through the deployment of better energy, water and land management practices as well as new approaches to soil preservation and restoration.
The Story of Beer, Climate and Advocacy - Brewers’ Declare for Carbon Pricing: BCL’s Food & Beverage team hosted this April 2019 webinar welcoming Andy Tveekrem, a long-time brewmaster, discussing the impacts of climate change on his industry, why he supports putting a price on carbon emissions and why that’s good for the beer business.
Political Play - Advocating for Carbon Pricing Policy: BCL joined the Climate Collaborative and the American Sustainable Business Council for an April 2019 webinar that explains why a price on carbon is a vital policy tool and how to implement it, and looks at the political landscape around carbon pricing.
From Salt Lake City, Utah: Professional Skier Angel Collinson, a member of the Protect Our Winters Riders Alliance, expresses support for Carbon Fee and Dividend as a way to address climate change.
At the 2018 Aspen Ideas Festival: Former EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, environmentalist Paul Hawken and former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers discuss why pricing carbon dioxide emissions can help solve climate change.
Citizens' Climate Lobby shows how to slow climate change by putting a fee on fossil fuels and returning that revenue to households, making fossil fuels less desirable and cleaner energy sources more competitive.