A livable climate and a healthy future are possible if we work together to eliminate the pollution and practices warming our planet.
To avoid the most catastrophic effects of climate change, from more powerful hurricanes to increased flooding and worsening wildfires, we need to work together to eliminate the pollution and practices warming our planet. That means taking collective action to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels, transitioning to an electric vehicle future, and powering our lives with clean, renewable energy. And we can all do more to use less energy, and use it more efficiently. Fortunately, global warming solutions are all around us — we just need to use them.
The Latest on Global warming solutions
New Biden clean cars proposal will spur electric vehicle adoption, slash pollution
You have the power: how to electrify your home with new tax credits
It’s time for power plants to clean up their act
Electric buses may be coming to a city near you
Postal Service to purchase 9,000 electric vehicles and install 14,000 chargers
What You Can Do
Add your name: Our tax dollars shouldn’t be fueling the climate crisis
Take action for clean, electric school and transit buses
Tell the U.S. Postal Service: We should be investing in clean electric vehicles, not dirty diesel ones
Destination: Zero Carbon
Electric vehicles are good. We can make them better.
Less driving is possible
“Certified natural gas” is not a source of clean energy
Did you know?
In the five minutes it takes to fill your gas tank, the U.S. government will give away over $190,000 in subsidies to the fossil fuel industry
What We're Doing
Our tax dollars shouldn't be propping up an industry that's contributing to the climate crisis. We're calling on Congress to end these subsidies.
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.
‘You have the power’ webinar details how to electrify homes with new tax credits
Experts share how new federal policies can save Americans money, reduce pollution
Members of Congress urge consumer safety agency to move swiftly to protect Americans from gas stove pollution
Sen. Booker and Rep. Beyer led a letter calling on the CPSC to regulate gas stoves.
U.S. Postal Service is going electric
USPS announces a significant increase in electric vehicle purchases