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A Faithful and Moral Call to Conscience

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The U.S. Congress is pivotal to national and global efforts to meet the challenge of climate disruption. However, for Congress to be part of the solution, leadership is needed from members of both political parties. FCNL believes that our moral obligation to address climate change and protect vulnerable communities transcends partisanship. By changing the dialogue in Congress on climate change, we are paving the way for meaningful legislative solutions to gain bipartisan support and become law.

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  1. Statement FCNL Denounces Repeal of Clean Power Plan 

    In a statement made on October 9th by EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt, the Administration will officially repeal the Clean Power Plan.

  2. Update Climate Champions  

    Young Adult Advocates Convince Their Representative to Join the Climate Solutions Caucus

    FCNL works alongside many other organizations to foster bipartisan action on climate change. Our goals of growing respectful relationships with members of Congress at the grassroots level are shared by the Citizens’ Climate Lobby (CCL).

  3. Update Beyond Paris 

    The U.S. Struggles to Solidify Position on International Climate Action

    The United Nations General Assembly convened on Tuesday Sep. 19th in Manhattan, NY. The discussion is expected to include a large focus on the U.S. role in the Paris Climate Agreement.

  4. Background How Can I Foster Bipartisan Climate Action? 

    Guided by hope, humility, redemption, and love, we seek to foster constructive bipartisan dialogue and cooperation on climate solutions in Congress.

More on Environment & Energy

Update The Clean Power Plan Repeal 

What We Lost, and What Comes Next

On October 10th, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt announced the repeal of the Clean Power Plan. FCNL has denounced this decision for the harm it will cause the Earth and humanity. Since its inception, the plan has been surrounded by legal and political complexity. To better understand how the Clean Power Plan came to be, and what will happen since Pruitt's announcement, here's a bit of background on the Clean Power Plan.

Update National Clean Energy Week 

September 29, 2017 concluded the inaugural celebration of National Clean Energy Week. NCEW was hosted in Washington D.C., organized by several energy groups and associations, and recognized by Governors of eight different states across the country.

Update Inside the Greenhouse 

Welcome

We seek an earth restored. “Inside the Greenhouse” is a monthly newsletter which provides insight into FCNL’s environmental work, discusses opportunities to engage members of Congress on environmental issues, and shares stories of your work around the country.

Update Beyond Paris 

The U.S. Struggles to Solidify Position on International Climate Action

The United Nations General Assembly convened on Tuesday Sep. 19th in Manhattan, NY. The discussion is expected to include a large focus on the U.S. role in the Paris Climate Agreement.

Update No Time to Waste for Climate Change 

The Advocacy Corps’ first month

This Advocacy Corps is going to change the dialogue on climate change – I can already see it.

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