Join businesses on May 12 & 13 2020 to call for a price on carbon.

Lawmaker Education & Advocacy Day (LEAD) on Carbon Pricing will virtually bring together businesses large and small, from sectors across the American economy, to call on Congress to pass meaningful climate legislation—including a price on carbon.

With a cascade of new scientific findings and economic research showing the increasing impacts of climate change, growing public support for climate action, and an increasing number of bipartisan carbon pricing bills, now is the time for the U.S. business community to make clear to Congress that a carbon price is a critical tool for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and supporting future economic growth.

Climate change is an urgent threat to the American economy.
Businesses are taking action to reduce emissions, but they can’t tackle the problem without strong leadership from Congress.
Lawmakers must put forward a policy response equal to the severity of the challenge—and that should include a meaningful price on carbon.


75 Executives Lobbied Congress for a National Carbon Price. We Listened

Right before Memorial Day, over 75 businesses came to Capitol Hill to demand that their lawmakers establish a national carbon price. The participating business leaders collectively employ over 1 million U.S. workers. Read more.

Companies lobby U.S. Congress on carbon tax; senator expects bill in weeks

Representatives from more than 70 companies met with U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday to push for a tax on carbon emissions to fight climate change, and a senator said bipartisan legislation containing such a plan could be introduced in weeks. Read more.

Carbon taxes are hot stuff — here's how they would work

Corporate America has done an about-face on climate change, Axios reports, with some 75 executives this week on Capitol Hill lobbying for the government to put a price on emissions. Read more.