Take action: Current opportunities
Congress needs to go bold to create jobs, transition to clean energy and transportation and aggressively address environmental injustice.
By supporting investments that move us to clean transportation and clean power, we can tackle the largest sources of climate and air pollution in our country.
Now is the time to rebuild a healthier, stronger, thriving America. Urge your members of Congress to support investments that go bold on jobs, bold on clean air, and bold on solving… Read more
Countries around the world are stepping up, announcing stronger standards for motor vehicles that will help build a future free from the harms of tailpipe pollution.
It’s time for the U.S. to meet the moment on climate change, match ambitious commitments from other nations and global automakers so the U.S. can slash our transportation pollution and win the race to a zero-emission future.
Tell the Environmental Protection Agency to announce a bold plan to eliminate pollution by… Read more
America’s heavy-duty trucks and buses are responsible for more than 420 million tons of climate pollution each year. While these vehicles only account for 4% of traffic on our roads, they are the largest contributor to air pollution of all highway vehicles.
People who live closest to our nation’s roads, highways, ports, freight depots and distribution centers face the greatest health risks from that pollution. But we can stop it!
Send a powerful message to EPA: We need stronger… Read more
From good paying clean energy jobs to cleaner air and waters, the Biden Administration’s infrastructure plan is a bold and necessary first step in combating the climate crisis.
Investments in our nation’s infrastructure must go beyond roads and bridges to include EV charging infrastructure, zero-emitting trucks and busses, and lead-free pipes.
Urge Congress to support strong policies that protect our communities’ air, water and climate so we can build a safe, prosperous, zero-… Read more
Chemicals used in everyday products have been linked to brain tumors, leukemia, infertility, Parkinson’s disease, and more. Pollutants in our air and water harm our health, too.
A landmark victory in June 2016 opened a path to help change all that: Congress passed a groundbreaking bipartisan bill reforming our chemical safety law. Unfortunately, for four years, the Trump Administration tirelessly worked to undermine this legislation, putting us all at greater risk.
Now, on the… Read more
Climate change poses growing threats to America’s farmers and ranchers — from extreme heat and drought to larger, more frequent and damaging floods.
At the same time, farmers and ranchers can be major players when it comes to advancing climate solutions. Practices like planting cover crops, reducing tillage and improving livestock management can help to boost soil health and reduce harmful pollutants like methane.
Although agriculture contributes up to 10% of all U.S. greenhouse… Read more
The actions we take right now will set the course for our climate future. By seizing this moment, we can unleash transformational change to combat the climate crisis, rehabilitate our economy and build more resilient and more equitable communities.
This is our moment to “Go Bold!” and set a path toward a cleaner, safer, healthier world that will protect our families and future generations from the most severe consequences of climate change.
But we need your support. Sign the Go… Read more
Transportation is the largest source of climate pollution in the U.S. It’s a big challenge, but also a big opportunity. Momentum is increasing for zero-emissions vehicles and our clean energy infrastructure, and we must seize new opportunities to slash pollution, create jobs and move toward a zero-net-emission future.
Climate progress requires action and bold investment to spur innovation and accelerate our transition to cleaner transportation technologies at the rate science requires.… Read more
We know that lead exposure harms children and adults. In children, lead impairs brain development, resulting in learning and behavioral problems. In adults, it causes heart disease.
Unfortunately, the Food and Drug Administration has not banned lead from being added to many materials that contact our food – from tea and coffee equipment to food cans.
And the lead doesn’t stay in those materials – it can get into our food. EDF analyzed FDA data and found lead detected in 97% of… Read more
Transportation is the largest source of climate pollution in the U.S. It’s a big challenge, but also a big opportunity. Electric vehicles reduce carbon emissions and other dangerous pollution.
The technology is ready today — and overseas competitors are already electrifying their transportation systems. We need bold and urgent action to accelerate America’s investment in these technologies, create jobs, promote equity and slash climate pollution.
Take action today: Tell the Biden-… Read more