Obama Environmental Legacy Will Benefit Americans and the Planet for Years to Come

By | Margie Alt
Executive Director, Environment America

“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children.” This proverb may well have guided President Obama over the past eight years as he protected our landscapes and led the world to limit the worst impacts of global warming.

President Obama’s Renewable Energy Legacy

By | Rob Sargent
Energy Program Director

Tonight, President Obama will deliver a farewell address in his hometown of Chicago. His two terms in office offer many examples of progress for which he deserves thanks and praise. Chief among these examples is the game-changing gains we’ve seen in renewable energy since he took office. Thanks to his commitment to tackling global warming and his leadership, the United States and the world are finally on a path to a future powered entirely by clean, renewable energy.

Renewable Energy: the ‘great unifier’ of 2016

By | Ross Sherman
Clean Energy Digital Campaigner

In 2016, renewable energy emerged as a great unifier -- and not a moment too soon. We know that in order to avoid the worst impacts of global warming, we must transition completely from dirty, polluting fossil fuels to 100 percent renewable energy. If this past year is any indication, we’re well on our way.

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