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Climate change is undeniably the focal issue of our time: rising sea levels, extreme weather events, forced migration, political instability, disruption of supply chains, natural resources scarcity... climate change presents challenges that are unprecedent in scale and scope. The responsibility to act is undisputable.
As with most complex issues, there is no silver bullet. But We Are Still In provides reasons for hope.

Momentum behind the private sector’s transition to renewable energy is unstoppable, and the number of companies embracing clean energy is increasing by the day.

In a world where volatility is the new normal, states are looking to create stable policy environments that facilitate the adoption of renewable energy and remove barriers to ignite job creation. Those acting today will reap the greatest benefits.

Climate action is so critical, we can’t wait for the government to lead the way. We all are critical to the success of the Paris Agreement.

By signing the We Are Still In declaration, you’ll join the largest American coalition ever assembled in support of climate action.

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