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Clean Car Communities

To slow global warming, we need to change what we drive. We’re calling for all new cars and trucks to be electric by 2035. We know our leaders in Washington, D.C., are going the wrong way on this issue. That’s why our Clean Car Communities campaign is paving the way for cities and states to lead the way for cleaner transportation.

Carbon Pricing 101


Bridging the Climate Divide

Americans are already experiencing the effects of climate change, from stronger storms, to more frequent floods, to worsening wildfires and more. And yet, Congress remains gridlocked when it comes to climate action.
There’s a tragic irony at the heart of that gridlock: Many of the elected representatives in Washington, D.C. who oppose climate action represent the very communities that lie in the paths of the hurricanes, floods and wildfires being turbocharged by climate change.

Blocking Rooftop Solar


America's Top Colleges for Renewable Energy

Accidents waiting to happen

100% Renewable

We’re promoting a bold and clear vision of a greener, healthier world, one powered solely by clean, renewable energy. We’re also taking concrete steps right now that will bring us closer to the world we want to live in. Our 100% Renewable campaign is focused on the arenas in which we can make the most immediate progress, like states, cities, and college and university campuses.

1 Million Charging Stations

Transportation accounts for 41 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions in California. Some of that is from trucks and buses. But even our passenger vehicles are responsible for 28 percent of our state’s total emissions.
In order to clean up our air and stave off the worst impacts of climate change, we need to electrify our transportation system — and in particular, our cars. And in order to keep pace with the goals on electric vehicles (EVs), we need to build more charging stations. That’s why we’ve set a goal of reaching 1 million charging stations in California by 2030.