Maine Communities for Climate Solutions!
Over 3,500 US economists recommend cash-back carbon pricing as the cheapest and fairest way to rapidly reduce climate pollution.
You can be a part of creating the political will to make it happen by helping your town vote for effective climate action in 2021!
Please help get a warrant article added to your next Town Meeting.
New! The article would allow your town to endorse national cash-back carbon pricing for the purpose of significantly reducing carbon pollution while compensating American households with monthly dividend checks. The article would also specify that if it passes, the town will let our state and federal elected officials know. You and your fellow townspeople will thus have a voice in national policy!
No town meeting? Work with your town or city to get their endorsement of a climate resolution.
This will enable voters of your town to endorse this effective family and business-friendly climate legislation.
Use these Resources to get started
- Files page for:
- Maine town climate warrant article,
- a warrant article petition document you can update with your town's name
- tips on collecting the registered town voter signatures (if required by your town) .
2. Carbon Cash-Back page for more information about the solution
3. Benefits page for independent analysis
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to get connected with The Carbon Cash Back Team and others who are working on this exciting initiative! We'll provide support and resources to make sure you are well prepared to make a difference. This is a 100% local grassroots, volunteer effort, and we need your help.
Municipalities on the Map below have active Town Champions or have already endorsed. We have now also added Endorsements from Businesses, Environmental Organizations and other Organizations
CCB4ME Colby volunteer Ellie Batchelder has updated the map to include organizations and businesses that have endorsed climate action. These are endorsements that have been secured by CCL volunteers over the past few years. We'll continue to update the map as information becomes available.
Green: Town that has Endorsed the Resolution due to CCL efforts prior to the current CCB4ME Campaign
Blue: Town or City with Active Town Champions
Red: Town or City that passed a Resolution or Article in one of these ways: a vote by townspeople at a town meeting, a vote by a Town Select Board or a vote by a town or city Council.
Green Pine Tree: Environmental Organizations
Miscellaneous Symbols: for other Organizations