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Help move your community towards our net zero future with the help of Rebuild Climate's climate action knowledge base. Then utilize Rebuild Climate to share your lessons learned with climate concerned citizens around the country.

Get involved in a grassroots climate action organization that is working on climate policy at the state, regional or national level. We have built a guide to grassroots climate action organizations to help you find an organization that is the best fit for you. 

Get politically active. Register to vote. Then vote for, volunteer and donate to climate champion candidates and get your climate concerned friends to vote for climate champions too. We have put together a guide on how to find and support climate champion candidates.



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Without strong leadership from the U.S. Congress on decarbonization, we have to rely on action at the local, state and regional level for the foreseeable future. This work moves us forward no matter who is in power in Washington.

Regardless of where you live, there is progress to be made right now!


If your community is already activated on climate, help them move towards net zero more rapidly.


If your community is not as climate concerned, start laying the groundwork so that when your neighbors come around, your community will have the tools to catch up quickly.



January 11, 2021

"China Breaks Decades of Climate Gridlock"

In September, Xi Jinping announced that he would cut China's greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2060. This announcement is great news for global climate action, and it caused Japan and Korea to make net zero pledges as well.

December 22, 2020

Grist Publishes "What could Biden’s ‘Climate Cabinet’ realistically accomplish?"

"Biden wants to hit the ground running on January 20 with a $2 trillion climate plan that seeks to revitalize the economy, significantly ratchet down emissions, and correct environmental injustices across the nation."

December 11, 2020

"EU Leaders Agree to Cut Carbon Emissions at Least 55% by 2030"

The agreement was a great step, but the EU can do more for the fight against climate change.

January 6 , 2021

Democrats Flip the Senate

With Georgia electing two Democratic Senators, Democrats now have controls of the White House, the House, and the Senate. This is the perfect time to take climate action.

December 15, 2020

The New York Times Publishes "To Cut Emissions to Zero, U.S. Needs to Make Big Changes in Next 10 Years"

This article shows that in order to reach the goal of net-zero emissions by 2050 we need to start now.

December 10, 2020

Climate Collaborative Publishes "America is All In on Climate Action"

"1,400+ businesses, cities, states, investors, and other U.S. institutions stood together and called for an ambitious and equitable national climate response."

December 28, 2020

The New York Times Publishes "Joe Biden Takes Climate Change Seriously"

This opinion piece shows that the Biden administration will be a major improvement to the Trump administration in terms of its response to climate change.

December 12, 2020

"China Unveils New Emissions and Clean Energy Pledges"

China creates the most green house gases in the world. This pledge is a step in the right direction, but much more needs to be done.

November 18, 2020

"Europe’s Carbon Border Tax Puts Pressure on U.S. to Enact Carbon Price"

This article proposes that we should have a "border carbon adjustment on imports from nations that don’t have an equivalent price on carbon."


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