Upcoming Events: 


Like every other organization we have to work differently in this time of the COVID-19 Pandemic. 

We have moved our meetings on-line.

Saturday, July 11 

CCL Sacramento General Meeting

More information to be provided - check back in July.

The CCL  National Call via Zoom www.cclusa.org/meeting starts at 10 am

Mark your Calendar - Our meetings are the 2nd Saturday of the month. The next General Meetings are Saturdays, August 8,  September 12, and October 10.


Revisit our Earth Day Presentation  “COVID-19 and Climate Change: Two Sides of the Same Coin”. 
Speakers: Dr Tom Suchanek of UC Davis and Dana Nuccitelli of Yale Climate Connections and SkepticalScience.com. 

Sponsored by CCL Nevada County & CCL Sacramento and the Nevada County Media Center.  

It was great! The 3 part presentation is archived at https://tomsuchanek.net/covid  

Tom's latest presentation  “Covid-19 and Climate Change versus The ECONOMY!”, it has just been archived by Renaissance Society at the following URL:  https://tinyurl.com/RS-Stage  


Your Personal Monthly Event

Send an Email Once a Month to Your Congressperson

You can find time to make a call once a month to your member of the House.  It takes 3 minutes or less. Just tell them – you are very concerned about the climate crisis and want them, your elected representative, to take action. 

How To Steps:

  1. Create a Calendar Event on your phone or calendar. On the number day of your birth (1st, 23rd whatever) put a reminder to yourself to email.

  2. Use the REPEAT function to make it monthly reminder on that number day

  3. Email your member of the House first.  Then, email your Senators.

  4. Email them to ask for their support for the Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act, HR 763.  Ami Bera, District 7 is a co-sponsor.  Doris Matsui, District 6, is not a co-sponsor.

Climate Change Class - Videos

In the fall of 2018,  Dr. Tom Suchanek, Dana Nuccitelli and Dr. Jim Lerner - all Sac CCL members taught a class on Climate Change through the Rennaissance Society.  For information about climate change, go to Tom Suchanek's web site:   https://tomsuchanek.net

The classes were video taped and you can access them at his website.