Can you imagine a safer, healthier fossil fuel-free future filled with more trees and cleaner ways to get around for your children and grandchildren? So can we. And we’re working together to make it happen.
To avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change, from stronger storms to more frequent floods and worsening wildfires, it is clear that we need to reduce our reliance on dirty fossil fuels such as methane, keep our old trees standing tall and transition to a zero-waste economy powered by clean, renewable energy. Fortunately, global warming solutions are all around us — we just need to use them.
The Latest on Global warming solutions
Statement: Southern sea otters to retain federal protection
Schools stand to benefit from going solar
Baby beaver sighting — a cause for celebration
Nearly 80,000 gas cooktops recalled
It’s time for power plants to clean up their act
What You Can Do
Tell Cargill to end its role in tropical deforestation
Take action for clean, electric school and transit buses
Tell Gov. Newsom: Support corporate climate accountability and transparency
State progress cutting transportation-related carbon emissions
Destination: Zero Carbon
New proposed income-based fixed charges in California would devalue energy conservation
Electric vehicles are good. We can make them better.
Did you know?
In 2021, 4 in 10 Americans lived in counties that were hit with a climate-related disaster.
What We're Doing
It’s clearer than ever that we no longer need to rely on dirty fossil fuels. We have an opportunity to repower our society and save our planet by urging our decision-makers to find common ground on climate change and reduce our country’s global warming emissions.
Broad coalition of groups urges Energy Department to finalize water heater efficiency standards
Consumer, climate, and health advocates called on the U.S. Department of Energy to promptly finalize water heater efficiency standards.
Updated 2023 mid-hurricane season resource guide: data, resources & interview opportunities
The Atlantic hurricane season lasts from June 1 through November 30. This resource guide can help members of the media cover it more thoroughly and accurately.
Can utilities use ratepayer funds for political activity?
If the “Ethics in Energy Act” passes, utilities nationwide would no longer be able to use customer payments to play politics.
Coral reefs suffering due to climate change
Coral reefs are suffering because of the impacts of climate change. Researchers found “100% mortality” at a coral reef site off Florida.
Electric buses may be coming to a city near you
With air pollution plaguing much of America this summer, communities are embracing clean buses
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