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Congressional Climate Phone-A-Thon - It's Not Too Late To Call Congress

posted Jun 19, 2013, 2:19 PM by Rob Hogg   [ updated Jun 29, 2013, 11:58 AM ]

On June 24 to June 26, Iowa Climate Advocates sponsored a Congressional "Climate Phone-A-Thon."  It was a success, with more than 50 people calling our Congressional representatives in Washington, DC, while Citizens Climate Lobby held its national conference and lobby days.  One CCL participant reported being in a Congressional office in DC when the receptionist took a call in support of legislation to fight climate change.

If you would like to call Iowa's Congressional delegation, here are the numbers to call:

> Congressman Bruce Braley, 202-225-2911 or 319-287-3233

> Congressman Tom Latham, 202-225-5476 or 515-282-1909

> Congressman Steve King, 202-225-4426 or 712-224-4692

> Congressman Dave Loebsack, 202-225-6576 or 319-351-0789

> Senator Chuck Grassley, 202-224-3744 or 515-288-1145

> Senator Tom Harkin, 202-224-3254 or 515-284-4574

A do-something Congress would do something about climate change, especially after the heat and drought of 2012, Hurricane Sandy, and the climate-related disasters across America in 2013 (floods in San Antonio, Arkansas, and Iowa; tornadoes through Oklahoma; wildfires in Colorado and California; and record heat in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest).

Please call today, and report them to  Thank you.

Other Upcoming Events and News

July 15 to July 31 – “Summer Heat” Across America – This is a project of – As carbon dioxide levels rose above 400 parts per million for the first time in human history, “Summer Heat” is an effort to get many thousands of Americans to stand up for our future by supporting the fight against climate change.  For more details, visit  With your help, we can hold a “summer heat” event in every Congressional district in America.

March 1 to November 1, 2014 – Great March for Climate Action – One thousand people are organizing to march 3000 miles across our country next year from the West Coast to Washington, DC, to demand action on climate change.  To get involved, visit