Date: December 16, 2021 To: Bob Rowe, CEO, NorthWestern Energy Dear Mr. Rowe, The time to move towards clean, renewable energy is now. We urge you to invest in clean energy for your customers, pay the penalty NorthWestern’s shareholders owe to low-income …
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Paul Hawken’s new book, Regeneration, offers his approach to climate change that weaves justice, climate, biodiversity, equity, and human dignity into a tapestry of action, policy, and transformation that can help end the climate crisis in one generation.
On November 19, the House of Representatives passed the Build Back Better Act, which would make the largest single investment in climate solutions in US history. Now we need the Senate to take action to pass this bill. From making clean energy …
Moms laud major congressional step toward historic climate investments. Now the senate must follow the house lead and pass the Build Back Better Act to secure our zero-pollution future.
1 in 3 Native Americans lives in poverty. Indigenized Energy Initiative is a first-of-its-kind, Indigenous-led effort to empower Native American tribes to regain sovereignty by taking control of their own energy to mitigate climate change and restore hope.
Last week, Congress passed the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act with bipartisan support. This bill makes the largest investment in upgrading US infrastructure since the Eisenhower administration. It is a major step forward for climate action.
Yesterday, President Biden announced his latest Build Back Better Framework, and Moms applauded. This bill would make a historic climate investments.
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Ozone pollution causes smog that makes it unhealthy to breathe the air. It’s also taking a toll on nature, threatening plants, insects, and food harvests.
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When the world meets in Glasgow for COP, all eyes will be on the US, the country with the most cumulative climate pollution. Will we take leadership on this urgent problem?