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CLIMATE MUST BE PRIORITY #1 IN 2021!
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 ...
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!
Thanks to all your hard work, we have a climate friendly White House and Congress ready to enact landmark energy transition legislation in 2021.
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.
There are many issues competing for #1 priority in 2021.
Climate must win because time is running out to stay below 1.5C
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!
May 3, 2021
E.P.A. to Sharply Limit Powerful Greenhouse Gases
The Biden administration is moving quickly to limit hydrofluorocarbons, the Earth-warming chemicals used in air-conditioning and refrigeration.
Apr 28, 2021
People of Color Breathe More Hazardous Air. The Sources Are Everywhere.
Researchers uncovered stark disparities between white people and minorities across thousands of categories of pollution, including trucks, industry, agriculture and even restaurants.
Apr 22, 2021
As Nations Gather for Biden’s Virtual Climate Summit, Ambitious Pledges That Still Fall Short of Paris Goal
Leaders call for urgent action and stress the need for cooperation. But how countries will meet their targets remains unclear.
Apr 29, 2021
Denmark's Energy Islands
The world’s first energy islands will be constructed in Denmark, exploiting our immense wind resources in the North and Baltic seas. The energy islands will serve as hubs that can create better connections between energy generated from offshore wind and the energy systems in the region around the two seas.
Apr 28, 2021
Biden administration boosts support for transmission jobs and clean energy benefits
An ACEG report finds that interstate transmission projects could drive 1.2 million jobs and increase wind and solar capacity by 50 percent. A new $8.25 billion federal loan commitment could help.
Apr 26, 2021
A New Program Like FDR’s Civilian Conservation Corps Could Help the Nation Fight Climate Change and Transition to Renewable Energy
Proposals currently being considered in Washington differ from the New Deal program because of a focus on employing women and people of color and tackling projects in underserved communities.
Apr 21, 2021
Biden’s Climate Credibility May Hinge on Whether He Makes Good on U.S. Financial Commitments to Developing Nations
World governments have spent $12 trillion addressing the Covid-19 pandemic. But a $100 billion climate fund for less wealthy countries has run sizable deficits.
Apr 27, 2021
Musk touts Tesla's move to only sell home solar and storage together, admits mistakes with solar roof
Musk announced last week that Tesla would only sell its solar-panel products paired with the Powerwall battery, rather than selling each separately. By increasing storage capacity, Musk said on Monday's call, Tesla was contributing to "the long-term solution to the sustainable energy future."
Apr 23, 2021
Newsom bans new California fracking permits starting in 2024
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday took action to ban new permits for hydraulic fracturing starting in 2024, halting the controversial oil extraction method reviled by environmental activists, and called on regulators to evaluate phasing out all oil production in the state by 2045.
Apr 21, 2021
To keep the lights on, here’s how California should plan for the extraordinary
Long-duration energy storage technologies will be an integral part of California’s renewable energy and climate change planning.