We Are Still In is over 2,500 signatories strong, and counting. Our membership represents $6.2 trillion of the U.S.
Unprecedented Coalition of American Leaders Demonstrates United States is ‘Still In’ Paris Agreement
Bonn, Germany – U.S. climate action was on full display during COP23, with over 100 prominent leaders from U.S.
One of the first executive orders that Republican Governor Phil Scott signed when he took office in 2017, was to establish the Vermont Climate Action Commission.
America’s Pledge Co-Chairs Mike Bloomberg and Governor Jerry Brown Reaffirm U.S. Commitment to Paris Agreement on Climate Change, Present Report on U.S.
On October 24, 213 faith organizations signed the We Are Still In declaration, joining 9 states, 252 cities and counties, 1,780 businesses and investors, and 339 colleges and universities demonstrating their support to help the U.S.
Assuring world leaders that the U.S. is still an ally in the fight against climate change, American non-federal leaders formally announced their plans today for a U.S. Climate Action Center and U.S.
American counties are taking the lead to prepare their communities for the environmental and economic changes caused by climate change.
When President Trump started the process of withdrawing the United States from the Paris Agreement, he turned his back on his hometown. New Yorkers watched the waters submerge our city during Hurricane Sandy. For us, the fight against climate change is a fight for our lives.
The Executive Board of the National Indian Gaming Association unanimously approved a resolution joining We Are Still In during their annual Mid-Year Conference this month.
Gatherings of world leaders, like the Group of 20 (or G20) meeting last week in Hamburg, Germany, often can seem far away from what matters on Main Street (or along Interstate-10 in San Antonio): jobs, safe communities and hope for the future.