On Friday, April 11, 2014, at 11:00 am, Citizens Climate Lobby will present a new whitepaper outlining a 2-step global climate solution. The plan will focus on putting carbon pricing first, to transform national and regional energy economies, then creating a more effective funding mechanism for needed climate response and deployment of new technologies.

Presenters at the April 11 event will be:

  • Sieren Ernst—Principal, Ethics and Environment
  • Erica Flock—Online Manager, EarthShare
  • Daniel Richter, PhD—Legislative & Science Director, Citizens Climate Lobby
  • Joseph Robertson—Strategic Coordinator, Citizens Climate Lobby

Central to the new whitepaper proposal will be the involvement of stakeholders in helping to shape national policies and report local impacts to strengthen the efficacy of a post-mitigation Climate Impact Response Fund (CIRF). This seminar discussion will bring to light economic efficiencies related to revenue-neutral carbon pricing, and how such a plan can build first-level resiliency: a measure of quality of resource availability at the human scale.

Please visit the event page—using the short-link:—for more information, updates on the discussion and release of the whitepaper itself.

Written by Joseph Robertson

Joseph is Global Strategy Director for the non-partisan non-profit Citizens' Climate Lobby. He is the lead strategist supporting the Acceleration Dialogues (diplomatic climate-solutions roundtables) and Resilience Intel—an effort to move the world to 100% climate-smart finance. Joseph represents CCL in the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition, the UNFCCC negotiations, and other UN processes, and is founder of the Geoversiv Foundation and Live Your Democracy—an online periodical promoting engaged, non-partisan civics. His articles appear from time to time in the Guardian.

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