- Elect Pro Climate Officials Show All
The coronavirus pandemic has shown that this rapid transition required by the climate crisis is possible.
A second Trump administration wouldn't just let energy companies run wild, it would encourage other countries to abandon the fight to cut emissions.
US greenhouse gas emissions are up since 2017 and Trump’s administration has ripped up curbs on climate polluters.
Jay Inslee says the next four years "is our last chance ... to do something about it." Is he right?
Climate-focused voters are worried that Mr. Biden has not made the issue a sufficient priority or been specific enough about his plans.
Ocasio-Cortez will work with former Democratic presidential nominee and Secretary of State John Kerry, the panel's other co-chair
By his own admission, Biden has a lot of work to do to earn the progressive movement’s vote.
The former vice president has a much shakier history on climate change than the version he's trying to sell.
He scores high among many scientists and establishment Democrats, but hasn’t won over young climate activists.
- How To Petition & Influence Lawmakers Show All
“The job of our representatives, both in Congress and in the Senate, is to represent us. In order to do that, they need to hear your voice loud and clear.”
Lawmakers explain how to change their opinions.
Here’s what works — and what doesn’t — if you’re trying to get your lawmaker’s ear.
Prospects for the U.S. “climate kids” suit are dimming given the increasingly conservative Supreme Court.
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- Climate Policies Show All
It is imperative that we understand this crisis is going to require larger systemic change as well as critical change within ourselves.
No single policy can solve climate change, but a broad portfolio of policies already available to policymakers can drive down emissions.
A new book from veteran energy analyst Hal Harvey simplifies decarbonization.
An insurgent movement is pushing Democrats to back an ambitious climate change solution.
The Green New Deal is a congressional resolution that lays out a grand plan for tackling climate change.
The goals of the far-reaching plan to tackle climate change and economic inequality are within the realm of technological possibility.
Climate and environmental activists are growing impatient with a Democratic-led House that they view as not doing enough to enact their agenda.
Putting a price on emissions has become a bipartisan issue. Now we just need to do it the right way.
Carbon pricing is an essential part of any policy portfolio for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
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