We need leadership on climate
Congress: Support the Climate Action Now Act
H.R.9 represents a much-needed step toward reaffirming U.S. leadership in addressing climate change.Contact your Representatives
The increasing cost of extreme weather
Climate change puts our families and communities at risk by worsening wildfires, increasing the severity of hurricanes, exacerbating drought and causing record-breaking heat waves, and more.
We cannot allow our Congressional leaders to ignore these increasing threats to our health, safety, and economy.
How does climate change impact your state?
Americans support action on climate
- A December 2018 Yale/GMU poll found American worries about global warming at all-time highs.
- FiveThirtyEight: Americans Were A Lot Less Worried About Climate Change Before Trump Took Office
- A 2018 Gallup survey shows that 62 of Americans currently say the government is doing too little to protect the environment—the highest in 12 years.
- A 2018 Yale polling analysis found 77% of Americans, including majorities in every congressional district, support regulating carbon dioxide as a pollutant.
- Blog: Why accelerating clean energy innovation is key to solving the climate crisis
Diverse voices back solutions
Even as the Trump administration moves backwards, diverse and powerful companies and groups across the country are speaking out on the need to address climate change.
- Thousands of cities, states, tribes, universities, and businesses say they’re “still in” and support the Paris Agreement
- Organizations representing diverse groups including the NAACP and the National Hispanic Leadership Agenda support robust action to address climate change
- Military experts agree climate change is a threat multiplier and ignoring it puts troops in harms’ way
- Over 4 million Americans are employed in sustainability and are leading the transition to a clean energy future