Join the voices of Massachusetts to support
carbon pricing and a clean energy future.

The mission of Climate XChange is to reduce global warming pollution and strengthen the economy through comprehensive market-based carbon pricing in Massachusetts.

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48 Legislators urge Joint Committee co-chairs to support carbon pricing

“We’re writing to respectfully urge that the Joint Committee on Telecommunications, Utilities & Energy report out with a favorable recommendation Senate Bill 1747, An Act Combatting Climate Change, imposing a price on carbon emissions.”

Read the full letter here.

Carbon Pricing on Urban Update with Alberto Vasallo

Carbon pricing campaign representatives appear on Urban Update, WHDH Channel 7, Boston, March 6, 2016.  Appearing were Marc Breslow of Climate XChange, Cindy Luppi of Clean Water Action, Quinton Zondervan of Climate Action Business Association, and Emily Kirkland of Better Future Project.

Carbon Pricing Endorsements

Taxing carbon could aid growth
— The ChronicleHerald, 2/3/2016

Proof that a Price on Carbon Works
—The New York Times, 1/19/2016

OUR OPINION: Massachusetts should consider a carbon fee
— Quincy Patriot-Ledger, 6/26/2015

Op-eds & Letters to the Editor

The Case for Carbon Pricing, Now More Than Ever
— Blue Mass Group, 5/18/2016

Carbon Pricing is Smart Policy
— CommonWealth Magazine, 5/9/2016

The Time to Pass Carbon Pricing is Now
— The Huffington Post, 5/9/2016

Clean Energy Investors Support Carbon Pricing
—Banker and Tradesmen, 3/13/2016

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We’re looking for an experienced Fundraising Consultant to help us with our development efforts to ensure that the movement for carbon pricing in Massachusetts continues to grow.

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Massachusetts Interfaith Call for Carbon Pricing

Join clergy and religious leaders in Massachusetts in calling upon our elected representatives to enact legislation placing a price on carbon that reflects its costs to the climate, public health, and the economy.

Click here to sign the letter of support and see the list of signatories.

News and Reports

Recently Released Report

MIT Study: Carbon Tax Needed to Cut Fossil Fuel Consumption

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2/24/2016

Emissions Trading Worldwide: International Carbon Action Partnership (ICAP) Status Report 2016

According to the study, the Paris Agreement “provides a new impetus for a dynamic global carbon market”, and predicts the next few years will bring a proliferation of new policies that seek to put a price on carbon emissions.

International Carbon Action Partnership, 2/24/2016

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Educate Your Public Officials

Click here to send a letter to help get the carbon pricing bill S.1747 out of committee, and here to urge Governor Baker to support carbon pricing.

Find out who your legislator is here, and encourage him or her to support carbon pricing. You can also sign a petition to Governor Baker, Senator Rosenberg, and Representative DeLeo here.


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Have you Signed the Petition?

Sign the Massachusetts Campaign for a Clean Energy Future’s petition to tell Governor Baker, Speaker DeLeo, and Senate President Rosenberg that MA residents want a price on carbon to fight global warming!

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Did you see the British Columbia political and business leaders in Massachusetts talking about their success with carbon pricing? You can watch them below, at two standing-room-only events.   Read more

Pricing Carbon to Combat Climate Change: What Can We Learn from British Columbia?
MIT Morss Hall
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Business Leaders Breakfast
Embracing the Future: The Economic Success of
British Columbia’s Carbon Pricing Policy
Mintz and Levin
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