Donald Trump announced that he will pull the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Agreement, a global commitment signed by nearly every country in the world to reduce carbon emissions and climate change. Donald Trump and his U.S. Environmental Protection Agency appointee Scott Pruitt, have also proposed ending a national program known as The Clean Power Plan.
The Clean Power Plan is a federal rule that limits air pollution from power plants. If it is ended before it has really even begun, it could delay our climate and clean energy progress in a major way. But luckily there’s something we all can do.

First - Submit a public comment to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to go on record in support of the Clean Power Plan.

Second - States don’t need to wait for the federal government to act, they can act now. States can create their own state power plan modeled after the Clean Power Plan or they can create plans that go beyond the emission reduction goals set by the Clean Power Plan. 

Green For All convened some of the top environmental, economic and social justice organizations in the country to create the Clean Power For All Toolkits. These Toolkits provide a roadmap for how states could design a strong plan that protects and benefits all communities — from low income communities to coal miners. Download our toolkits below to get started!

Downloadable Toolkits

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Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in each toolkit are those of the authors of that particular toolkit, and do not reflect the endorsement of every member of the Clean Power for All Collaborative.

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