Housing and Transportation: What’s the Climate Connection?
Join us for a panel discussion Wednesday, February 22, from 6pm to 8pm at the Ann Arbor District Library’s downtown location, 343 S 5th Ave. Housing and transportation together account for 42% of our emissions. To achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 we need to dramatically reduce vehicle miles traveled and make our buildings more efficient. […]
Video available for “Housing and Transportation: What’s the Climate Connection?”
On Feb. 22, 2023, Ann Arbor Citizens’ Climate Lobby assembled a panel of experts to discuss what we can do to achieve low carbon, highly livable cities. Video of the event is now available:
The Transition to Renewal Energy (Saturday Morning Physics)
Professor Adam C. Simon gave an engaging Saturday Morning Physics lecture on February 11, discussing the environmental tradeoffs required to transition to renewable energy.
WEMU: Achieving carbon neutrality in both housing and transportation in Ann Arbor and nationwide
WEMU’s David Fair interviews University of Maryland professor Reid Ewing about what cities need to do to achieve carbon neutrality in housing and transportation: https://www.wemu.org/show/issues-of-the-environment/2023-02-08/issues-of-the-environment-achieving-carbon-neutrality-in-both-housing-and-transportation-in-ann-arbor-and-nationwide
Film & Discussion: The Human Element
We are excited to host a free screening of the new climate film, The Human Element on Wednesday, May 22. We hope you can join us! Date: Wednesday, May 22 Time: 7 – 9 pm Location: The New Center (1100 N. Main St., Ann Arbor) Description: In an arresting new documentary from the producers of RACING […]
Ann Arbor Earth Day Festival – 2019
We had a table at one of our favorite events of the year recently, the Earth Day Festival at the Leslie Science Center. This is an opportunity for us to reach out to youngsters – budding young climate activists, we hope! – as well as to tell their parents about the work that we do. […]
Paris to Pittsburgh
Ann Arbor CCL partnered with friends from the Washtenaw Chapter of The Climate Reality Project to host a public screening of the documentary “Paris to Pittsburgh” on March 10, 2019. Over 40 community members, including several members of the Ann Arbor City Council, enjoyed snacks, the movie, and a presentation on carbon fee and dividend […]
On the Road for Climate Action
Ann Arbor CCL was excited to host a presentation by visiting climate activists Shahir Masri, a University of California-Irvine air pollution scientist and author, and Athina Simolaris, a teacher. A year ago, Shahir and Athina decided they would pause their careers for one year (forgoing both pay and career growth) to dedicate themselves to climate […]
4th of July Parade
What better way to fight the extreme heat on the 4th of July than advocating for action on climate change?! Ann Arbor CCL volunteers marched in the Ann Arbor Jaycees 4th of July Parade through downtown Ann Arbor to share our message that we have a great solution to put us on the path to […]
Ann Arbor Earth Day Festival – 2018
We had a great time at the Earth Day Festival at the Leslie Science Center on Sunday, April 22. We caught a break from the weather gods, and turnout was quite good. There were a lot of organizations represented, and we got as much foot traffic as the others. We gave the kids a chance […]
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