Episode 06 | Part One: Mark Reynolds, Executive Director, Citizens’ Climate Lobby

Episode Information

This week, Steve is joined by Mark Reynolds the Executive Director at Citizens’ Climate Lobby. Citizens’ Climate Lobby is a nonprofit, nonpartisan grassroots advocacy organization focused on national policies to address climate change. In part one, Mark discusses how CCL volunteers lobby Congress for bipartisan climate solutions and why a carbon fee-and-dividend system could be a game changer.

About Mark Reynolds:
During his years as a private sector trainer and consultant, Citizens’ Climate Education Executive Director Mark Reynolds worked to maximize personal and organizational effectiveness in a variety of fields. Today, he uses those skills to empower ordinary citizens to educate influential stakeholders about the benefits of national climate solutions. As a globally-recognized expert on helping disparate interests find common ground on energy, public policy, and the environment, Mark has appeared before the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication, AREday, and Power Shift. He oversees a training curriculum that reaches tens of thousands of supporters every year, has been a frequent guest on TV and radio shows, and has written op-eds on climate solutions for 85 print journals, including the Houston Chronicle, the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Des Moines Register, the Austin American-Statesman, and the Salt Lake Tribune. Mark also serves on multiple advisory boards including Climate Advocate Platform and Climate Cost Project.