Letter: Climate Action now

Published: 12/10/2021 3:00:43 PM
Modified: 12/10/2021 3:00:18 PM

Most of you have probably seen the ‘Climate Action now’ roadside signs. There’s a little check mark in the lower right corner, with the letters LCV. This stands for the League of Conservation Voters, a bi-partisan organization that does good work for a better environment. But more effective in helping to fight climate change is contacting our House and Senate members and asking them to put a price on fossil-based carbon in the reconciliation bill.

This is the suggestion of the CCL, the Citizens’ Climate Lobby, another national bi-partisan organization, with a chapter in the Lakes Region. This is a small step toward fighting change, but it has the best chance of success. Call Jeanne Shaheen, Maggie Hassan, Chris Pappas and Annie Kuster at anytime and leave a message. The more calls that come in for control of climate change, the higher is its priority. What’s more important than this?

Dick Devens

Center Sandwich


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