The Biden-Harris administration can learn from California’s science-based, whole-of-government approach to climate policy, which has reduced harmful emissions, prioritized environmental justice, and built partnerships across the state.
Climate change is no longer a distant threat looming in the future. Its impacts are tangible: In 2020, 22 extreme weather events caused more than more than $20 billion in damage in the United States alone. That’s a new record.
As the Leaders’ Climate Summit approaches, the Biden administration should consider every available option to promote effective conservation and sustainable development in the Amazon.
Climate change is a crisis that touches everyone in our society. It threatens to destroy everything we hold dear as we face rising seas, destructive hurricanes, and uncontrollable wildfires.
The president’s American Jobs Plan proposes a suite of ambitious clean energy tax incentives that would help put the United States on a path to a 100 percent clean future.
There are 139 elected officials in the 117th Congress who still deny the scientific consensus of human-caused climate change.
Long-term tax incentives for clean electricity can serve as the cornerstone of power sector decarbonization and part of a virtuous cycle of standards and investments.
The oil industry already has at least 10 years’ worth of unused leases at its disposal, even with the leasing pause.
Florida leaders must address environmental racism through the creation of a Florida Future Fund that will build just, equitable, and healthy communities.
Show your support by thanking President Biden for taking this first crucial step in addressing the climate crisis.
With President Joe Biden’s recommitment to the Paris climate accord, all eyes are on the policy changes and investments necessary to chart a course to net-zero global greenhouse gas emissions by 2050—and accounting and independent auditing can help keep the United States on track.
John Podesta addresses the fifth session of the U.N. Environment Assembly to address the interconnected planetary threats to our climate, biodiversity, economy, and human security.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission should begin using its authority to mandate climate-related disclosures in order to address climate-related risks to investors, the economy, and the public.
The United States and India can collaborate to rapidly catalyze foreign institutional investment in India’s green transition, which would significantly influence the global effort to combat climate change.
The United States and India have an opportunity to partner to catalyze foreign institutional investment in India’s green transition—a critical contribution to drive progress in the global effort to combat climate change.