ENSURE IN 2021: 

THE TRANSITION TO A

CLEAN ENERGY ECONOMY IS 

PRIORITY #1

TWO CRISES

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ONE SOLUTION

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TAKE ACTION &

SAVE THE

CLIMATE!

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TAKE ACTION

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Spread the word and express your political will:

CLIMATE MUST BE PRIORITY #1 IN 2021!

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Contribute time and/or money to the campaigns of climate friendly candidates in critical national races. Climate champions won in November, but 2022 is just around the corner ...

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Get out the climate vote. Just because the big Presidential race is over doesn't mean we can rest on our laurels. From now on, everyday is a get out the vote day!

 

BUILD THE MOVEMENT

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Spread the word!

The more members we have, the more effective our actions will be.

 

WHY NOW?

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Thanks to all your hard work, we have a climate friendly White House and Congress ready to enact landmark energy transition legislation in 2021.

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Trillions in stimulus dollars will be allocated in 2021. Those dollars need to be spent putting our workforce back to work transitioning our country to a renewable energy economy.

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There are many issues competing for #1 priority in 2021. 

Climate must win because time is running out to stay below 1.5C

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This may be the last time in a generation that trillions in federal spending will be available for transitioning our economy to renewable energy.

 

THE LATEST NEWS!

Sep 9, 2021

Tom Steyer launches new investment fund with a focus on climate justice

Steyer cites "movement capitalism" as philosophy behind Galvanize Climate Solutions. He's also backing new socially conscious fund Earthshot Ventures.

Sep 8, 2021

Joe Biden’s Solar Plan and the Prescience of Jimmy Carter

The best time to plant a solar panel was forty years ago—but Biden is trying hard to make up for lost time.

Sep 8, 2021

Time shift: How to make EV charging as clean as possible

WattTime data helps EVs charge with lower-carbon power. But the rates and incentives to encourage these cleaner choices are still being developed.

Sep 3, 2021

After a Summer of Disasters, Some Lawmakers See a Chance for Climate Action

Congress is considering bills to help communities prepare for extreme weather and to cut the greenhouse gases that are driving climate change. But passage is not assured.

Sep 9, 2021

Democrats Unveil Details of Sweeping Climate Change Spending Plan

The coming weeks on Capitol Hill will be crucial to President Biden’s climate agenda, including whether the president can credibly make the case to the rest of the world that the United States will meet his promise to drastically reduce emissions that are warming the planet.

Sep 8, 2021

Biden Administration outlines how solar could be nearly half of electricity supply by 2050

The White House on Wednesday outlined a plan for solar energy to supply nearly half of the nation’s electricity by 2050. The ambitious outline would see solar rising from 3% of generation in 2020 to 40% by 2035 before ultimately hitting 45% by 2050.

Sep 8, 2021

To Meet Paris Accord Goal, Most of the World’s Fossil Fuel Reserves Must Stay in the Ground

A new study in Nature reports that oil, gas and coal production must begin falling immediately to have even a 50 percent chance of keeping global temperatures from rising more than 1.5 degrees Celsius.

Sep 2, 2021

In California, the World’s Largest Battery Storage System Gets Even Larger

The rapid expansion of batteries paired with wind and solar is transforming the grid and accelerating the transition to clean energy.

Sep 9, 2021

This summer was hotter than the Dust Bowl summer, NOAA says.

The period from June through August this year was the hottest on record in the United States, exceeding even the Dust Bowl summer of 1936, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said on Thursday.

Sep 8, 2021

Enough With The Climate Jargon: Scientists Aim For Clearer Messages On Global Warming

A new study finds that common climate change terms can be confusing to the public. That includes phrases that describe the transition from fossil fuels to cleaner sources of energy.

Sep 7, 2021

Farming Without a Net

California’s sustainable farms offer lessons in climate resilience, but the agricultural system still favors industrial operations.

Sep 2, 2021

How blockchain could help integrate rooftop solar and EVs into the grid

Australia is testing the tech behind Bitcoin to solve the grid's thorniest challenges using the power of distributed energy.