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We are the . Working across the U.S. in red states and blue states, we are leading in our cities on climate action and together nationally.
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How are and preparing for more extreme weather in their cities? Listen to their full talk with the Project here:
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The Climate Mayors Aug 20
“This isn’t a time for small plans, but for disruptive, revolutionary thinking." Missy Stults, sustainability director of , explains why her city has been working to reduce emissions since 2012.
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Sylvester Turner Aug 19
Today I'm proud to announce a city incentive program to encourage green stormwater infrastructure. We can build a more resilient city: improving drainage, conserving water, and ensuring that our neighborhoods are prepared for whatever comes our way.
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The Climate Mayors Aug 19
This , we're highlighting 's , who just announced that Albuquerque will soon have its very first electric buses. “We are not waiting to take bold action on climate change right here at the local level,” he says.
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Barbi S. Appelquist Aug 15
“Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, & modern energy for all.” has moved up ’s goal of 100% renewable energy to 2030. Discover how other cities can follow this lead at .
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The Climate Mayors Aug 17
member city became the first southern city to declare a climate emergency, signaling a growing chorus of voices concerned about the harmful effects of the climate crisis. Here's what is doing:
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The Climate Mayors Aug 16
"Our communities are more than 100 miles apart, but both are feeling the impacts of climate change." Two , & , are joining forces to push for statewide climate action.
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The Climate Mayors Aug 15
Attention New Yorkers: This Saturday, is taking cars off the streets. Get outside, hop on a bike, and enjoy the car-free streets!
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Mary Salas Aug 13
Proud to vote with my Council Colleagues in directing staff to pursue and enter into a Joint Powers Authority Agreement with the and for the implementation of Community Choice Energy (CCE) for 100% renewable energy by 2035! ☀️🙌🌿🌎
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The Climate Mayors Aug 14
Following in ’s footsteps, more cities are turning to congestion pricing to alleviate traffic and reduce transportation emissions. If we can ensure these rules are equitable for the most vulnerable, it's a huge step in the right direction.
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The Climate Mayors Aug 13
member is a longtime climate champion. The latest proposal from would help the city achieve its goals by tackling its second-highest emitter: buildings. Learn more:
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The Climate Mayors Aug 12
Climate change affects us all, regardless of political affiliation. That's why this , we're spotlighting member of for 20+ years of bipartisan climate action. via :
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The Climate Mayors Aug 9
ICYMI: The latest Clean Energy Scorecard from highlights the progress of cities and across the country -- and the areas we can step up even more.
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The Climate Mayors Aug 9
July's record heat doesn't just signal a warming planet -- it also presents immediate public health risks. That's why so many are committed to taking bold action in the face of the crisis.
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The Climate Mayors Aug 8
A recent poll revealed that the majority of Americans disapprove of President Trump's handling of the climate crisis. Luckily, we're not waiting to take action: across the nation are stepping up to make change.
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The Climate Mayors Aug 7
Once again, Co-Chair and are making strides in advancing America's transition to 100% clean energy. Boston's new solar-powered digital message boards encourage innovative leadership to combat the climate crisis.
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The Climate Mayors Aug 6
Last week, the US House Committee on the Climate Crisis held its first hearing in Colorado. member of urged local action by highlighting the city's goal of carbon neutrality by 2050. Here's how it unfolded:
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The Climate Mayors Aug 6
Proud of our members, and , for teaming up and taking action 👏👏
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The Climate Mayors Aug 2
Led by Co-Chair , just released its first-ever draft of a plan, calling for: ✅Renewable energy generation ✅Investment in green infrastructure ✅Use of alternative modes of transportation
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The Climate Mayors Aug 1
“As a , I recognize the City of Fort Lauderdale has to do more than just adapt to sea level rise." Fort Lauderdale Mayor joined 250+ mayors across the country in calling for more solar power:
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