The White House and U.S. Department of the Interior have made quick progress on increasing conservation ambition, addressing climate change, and strengthening tribal consultation in the first 100 days.
As the Biden administration reengages the United States with Europe, tackling climate change should be at the center of its strategy.
The Biden administration has pledged to provide Puerto Rico—home to more than 3 million U.S. citizens—with the resources and technical assistance it needs to recover and prosper in the wake of multiple natural disasters and ongoing economic and fiscal crises.
Congress and the Biden administration must invest in modernizing the nation’s power grid to ensure all Americans have access to reliable, affordable, and pollution-free electricity.
Fulfilling the United States’ mandate to tackle the climate crisis begins with fully funding long-term clean energy investments, as included in President Joseph Biden’s American Jobs Plan.
As the Biden administration and Congress pursue ambitious infrastructure investments, they should look to the ocean to build a clean energy future.
Policy solutions to improve maternal health are urgently needed so that pregnant and postpartum people are prepared for a new climate future.
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.