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Take Action: Support a Clean Energy Future

  • Carbon Pricing Lobby Day June 13
  • Carbon Pricing Bills Hearing June 20
  • Senate Clean Energy Future Tour June 12, 19, 20, 26

Join Us for Carbon Pricing Lobby Day Tuesday, June 13

If we’re going to pass a price on carbon pollution in Massachusetts, we need to show widespread support for these bills to our legislators.

Meet face-to-face with your legislators at Carbon Pricing Lobby Day to tell them that now is the time to act on climate change, and carbon pricing bills H1726 and S1821 are crucial pieces of legislation. The League is a big supporter of Carbon Pricing legislation throughout the country.

Let’s fill the State House halls with carbon pricing supporters!

Click on bill numbers to view fact sheets:



The planned schedule is:

  • 9am: Meet at Old West Church (131 Cambridge St., near both the Government Center and MGH T stops) to get organized
  • 10am to noon: Meetings with Senators
  • Noon to 1pm: Lunch
  • 1pm to 3pm: Meetings with Representatives

Sign up for Lobby Day here.

Can’t make it to Lobby Day? Our coalition partner, MA Campaign for a Clean Energy Future, can help set-up a meeting for you to meet with your legislators about carbon pricing on another day, either at the State House or in your home district –  just fill out this form. For more information, contact Launa Zimmaro.

Check out this video on how to talk to your legislators about carbon pricing.




Carbon Pricing Hearing—Come Show Your Support

Tuesday, June 20: 1 p.m. Hearing on Carbon Pricing bills.  Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities and Energy, Room 437, State House.  Proponents and opponents will testify before the Joint Committee. A large turnout will show the Committee there is support for these bills.


Attend a Senate Clean Energy Future Tour

Senate Committee on Global Warming and Climate Change is holding hearings throughout the state.  Hearings will be June 12, Springfield; June 19, Pittsfield; June 20, Danvers; and June 26, Boston.  See the committee’s website for details for each event.  Launa Zimmaro, LWVMA’s Specialist for environmental legislation, has prepared talking points to help guide your comments.