Arkansas Citizens' Climate League
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Promoting Civic Engagement for Climate Solutiosns

   
Because of the success, the Citizens' Climate Lobby (CCL) of Arkansas has had in promoting action on climate change and obtaining financial support the leaders of the group came together to form the Arkansas Citizens’ Climate League (ARKCCL) to create the nonprofit support for climate and environmental action in Arkansas. ARKCCL was established to promote civic engagement for climate change awareness and education in Arkansas by empowering its citizens. Currently, ARKCCL is working with local chapters of the Citizens’ Climate Lobby to provide resources for emerging leader training and provide access to educational opportunities at the state and local level. A key focus of support is to provide these emerging community climate leaders access to training and education offered through the Citizens’ Climate Education program.
 
If you like to know more about our work contact us at info@arkccl.org  or phone 479.462.8834

J​​​​​​​​​​oin us for
monthly meetings:
Fayettevville - 7 PM
2nd Wednesday each month

Fort Smith -6 PM
1st Monday each month

Little Rock - 6 PM
3rd Monday each month

CCL Regional Conference
16-18 Feb 2018
Finding Common Ground
St. Scholastical Retreat Center
Fort Smith, Arkansas
REGISTER HERE 
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2017-18 Calendar of Events

Arkansas CCL Chapter Monthly Meetings:

Fayetteville, 2nd Wednesday of each month, 7 - 9 PM, OMNI Center, 3274 N Lee Ave.

Fort Smith, 1st Monday of each month, 6 - 8 PM. First Christian Church, 3501 Rogers Ave.

Little Rock, 3rd Monday of each month, 6 - 8 PM. 
Central Arkansas Library System (CALS) - Roosevelt Thompson, 38 Rahling Circle



2017   

13 December. CCL Holiday Party. 7 PM. Matt Miller Studio,27 W Mountain St, Suite226, Fayetteville.

2018
10 January, ArkCCL Monthly Meeting OMNI Center, 3274 N Lee Ave, Fayetteville, AR 

16-18 February. CCL Regional Conference. St Scholastica Retreat Center, Fort Smith, AR.
Finding Common Ground: Listening for Shared Values and Opportunities for Collaboration. 












   
ARKCCL empowers Arkansans to advocate for a healthy environment and climate change solutions through education, encouragement and engagement.

ARKCCL is established within the meaning of IRS Publication 557 Section 501(c)(3) Organization of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the "Code") or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code and shall be operated exclusively as set forth in the articles of incorporation. these by-laws specify various matters affecting the operations and governance of ARKCCL.