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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.

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 


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.

Update Hurricane Harvey 

The Intersectional Issues of a Changing Climate

As images emerge from Houston this week, our hearts go out to all those struggling in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. We hold those individuals and families in the Light, and call for leadership from Congress to provide aid to those in need and to minimize damage from future storms.

Update First Week in Washington 

Advocacy Corps Summer Intensive

Advocacy Corps organizers from around the country gathered in Washington, DC to connect and learn from each other and experts on Capitol Hill.

Background Climate: Bipartisan Momentum Grows in Congress 

Members of Congress from both major parties are coming together to work for positive solutions.

Across the country, advocates are working with new urgency to advocate for bipartisan action to address the impacts, causes, and challenges of our changing climate.

Background Climate Win in the NDAA 

On July 13th, the bipartisan House Climate Solutions Caucus shaped U.S. climate policy when their votes contributed to a victory during the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).

Background Why the Paris Decision Matters, No Matter What Issue You Care About  

On June 1, President Trump announced his decision to withdraw the United Stated from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change’s Paris Agreement.

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