Schools Collaborate on the Roadmap to Zero Carbon

Post / October 6, 2021

As we witness the consequences of rapid, widespread and intensifying climate change, our students face the prospect of worsening impacts in the world they will inherit. Students are demanding a more hopeful and sustainable future and are also asking for...

This Earth Day, Every World Leader Should Be Talking About Education

Post / April 19, 2021

On his first day in office, President Biden recommitted the United States to the Paris Agreement, an international effort to address the climate emergency. In rejoining the Paris Agreement, the United States must define and commit to delivering greenhouse gas...

Los Angeles Mayor Garcetti Leading the Way to Decarbonization with Municipal Buildings

Post / February 11, 2020

Less than year after Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled a Green New Deal for the city of Los Angeles, he is building on that leadership with a new Executive Directive that will help kick-start the decarbonization movement by accelerating the transformation...

U.S. Clean Energy Jobs: Mapped Out

Post / March 15, 2018

In case you might’ve missed it, U.S. Clean Energy Progress released a comprehensive, dynamic tool that visually illustrates the strong growth and economic benefits of clean energy jobs, including wind, solar and energy efficiency, across the U.S. The U.S. Clean...

DOE Looking to “Accelerate” the Market for Zero Energy Schools

Post / January 23, 2017

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Better Buildings program launched a Zero Energy Schools Accelerator program last month among program partners, media, school officials and others at the new Discovery Elementary School in Arlington, Virginia. The school is a model...