Project Drawdown

Project Drawdown is a global research organization that identifies, reviews, and analyzes the most viable solutions to climate change, and shares these findings with the world. More info:

What Can Individuals Do?

• Travel wisely – public transport, fuel efficient car, carpool, walk, bike • Switch to green Power see Arcadia or • At home – change light bulbs to LED, energy efficient appliances, turn off electricity when not using it, install solar panels,

We Are Still In

The We Are Still In Declaration is a joint statement of support for the Paris Agreement, signed by governments, academia, and the private sector. We Are Still In, has received over 3,500 commitments to meet the Paris Agreement from U.S. mayors, county

America’s Pledge

We Are Still In pledges can help meet Paris Agreement goals with bottom up action now. Federal reengagement is needed to fully reduce emissions to Agreement levels. “America’s Pledge” is a separate initiative spearheaded by former New York Mayor and UN Special

Energy Policy Simulators

What If? Energy Innovation Tool Energy Innovation  has a new analysis that calculates exactly which policy changes are needed in the U.S. to reach the goal recommended by scientists – net zero emissions by 2050. Using public data, the Energy Policy Simulator

Opportunities in Agriculture

Solutions from the Land The Clean Energy Platform is led by 25x’25 Alliance. Vision: By 2025, America’s farms, forests and ranches will provide 25 percent of the total energy consumed in the United States, while continuing to produce safe, abundant, and affordable food,

A Few Alabama Groups to Consider – incomplete list

• Citizens’ Climate Lobby/Citizens’ Climate Education – John Northrop, Joyce Lanning • Climate Reality Project chapter – Martin Ledvina, co-chair • Gasp, Inc – • Energy Alabama – • Alabama Interfaith Power and Light – • Alabama

Political Action is Required

• Get cities on board for recycling and improving efficiency • Putting a price on carbon – Energy Innovation and Carbon Disclosure Act – H.R. 763 • Protecting land, water and forests • The Clean Air Act required the Environmental Protection Agency