Two years ago, California and the federal government were close partners in the battle against climate change...read more
Momentum Builds as States and Businesses Detail Emissions Reduction Strategies
Fast Company: U.S. cities, states, and businesses can nearly hit the Paris Climate goals–without Trump
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Mother Jones: Undaunted by Trump, Thousands of Climate Activists Are Meeting to Plan Their Next Move
A month after President Donald Trump pledged to pull the United States from the landmark 2015 Paris climate change pact...
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19 American health care systems committed today to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement.
On July 6th, Japan established The Japanese Climate Initiative and on July 11th, New Zealand launched the CEO Climate Leaders Coalition.
On behalf of the more than 230 cities and towns that are part of We Are Still In, we welcome the announcement today by Bloomberg Philanthropies of the “American Cities Climate Challenge”. It was a year ago today that the Trump Administration’s announced its intent to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. Now, this new program reinforces the leadership that cities and mayors have taken to help fulfill our promise to fight climate change over the last year.
Dear We Are Still In Signatories, Last June, you helped us launch the We Are Still In coalition to show the world that Americans, from every walk of life, care deeply about addressing climate change and protecting our planet. The world took note of your words and actions, and We Are Still In was a sensation globally. We thank you for signing the statement and for your continuing commitment to taking climate action.
The next few years of global climate action are crucial. Incremental action won’t be enough. That is why non-party actors will play an essential role in increasing the momentum to uphold the Paris Agreement and limit warming well below 2-degrees C.
Ahead of the premier climate event in 2018, the Global Climate Action Summit (September 12-14, San Francisco, California), America's climate leaders have an opportunity to accelerate progress towards the US climate targets under the Paris Agreement by submitting a 'contribution' through the US Climate Action Contribution Platform.