Climate crisis-driven drought is putting millions of people at risk of starvation in Madagascar – and around the world. Not tomorrow. It’s happening right now.
Think of our moment this way.
You and your family are driving straight toward a cliff.
Do you lightly tap the brakes?
Or slam your foot as hard as possible?
In some ways, this is exactly the choice now facing Congress as members debate a staggeringly ambitious set of climate measures in the upcoming budget reconciliation package.
To end this crisis and achieve a better, just, and more-sustainable future for the planet, we must come together and through grassroots advocacy, create the change we need to see.
In the second of our three-blog grid series, we’re taking a look at how the grid is regulated – a key facet of modernizing it to support 100% clean energy.
A national climate bank could boost private investment in clean energy and other climate solutions — all while creating millions of jobs.
Passing a clean energy standard might be the most important step the US can take to help stop rising temperatures.
“We should care what happens to all of us and we should care what happens to the earth we share.”
In the first of our three-part series on the grid and why and how it needs modernized to meet our emissions reductions goals, we get straight to the basics – what is the grid and how does it work.
The IPCC gives policymakers a stark choice: Act now or face a future of climate devastation.
Our climate is changing. Inequality is growing. It’s clear: we must act now.