Senior Vice President, Energy and Environment
Senior Director, Domestic Climate and Energy Policy
Senior Director, Public Lands
Senior Fellow, Energy and Environment
Director, Public Lands
Director, Energy and Environment Campaigns
Senior Director, International Climate Policy
Director, International Climate Policy
Senior Vice President, National Security and International Policy
Costly, heat-related emergency department visits and hospitalizations are rising as the climate warms, reflecting only a small portion of extreme heat-related consequences.
Fossil energy communities need a legacy fund to build capacity and resilience.
Upgrading school ventilation and air filtration is a critical part of a multilayered strategy to improve and protect health, education, the environment, and equity.
State and local governments will receive financial and technical support from the Biden administration to help them achieve success under the Inflation Reduction Act, but they must also be prepared to stand up ambitious programs in their communities.
The Inflation Reduction Act puts the United States on track to meeting its Paris Agreement commitment and to reclaiming the mantle of global climate leadership.
President Biden must reject ConocoPhillips’ Willow oil drilling project to sustain progress toward achieving the administration’s ambitious climate goals.
The Inflation Reduction Act’s $369 billion in climate investments won’t just tackle climate change; they will save families money, create millions of good jobs, and reduce pollution over the next decade.
Seventy-seven percent of public lands in the western United States that are ideal for renewable energy projects are in areas with low or no oil and gas potential, yet they are still prioritized for oil and gas leasing.
By instituting prevailing wage policies, policymakers can ensure that the jobs they subsidize in one of America's newest industries offer fair wages and benefits.
Environmental advocates gathered outside the Supreme Court to protest its decision in West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency—and to urge Congress to take action on climate change.
More drilling won’t lower energy prices—but it will further burden frontline communities, pollute the ocean, and worsen climate change.
Congress should reform the Airport Improvement Program and the Passenger Facility Charge Program to prioritize stand-alone greenhouse gas mitigation, climate change adaptation, and other sustainability projects.
We pursue climate action that meets the crisis’s urgency, creates good-quality jobs, benefits disadvantaged communities, and restores U.S. credibility on the global stage.