Three-quarters of Americans want to know more about presidential candidates’ plans to tackle global warming: poll

by Bill McKibben, Rolling Stone Highlights New data compiled by Yale University shows that an average of 76% of US adults expressed interest in news stories about the climate plans from the Trump Administration and Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden  In California, 80% of people expressed interest in the candidates’ climate plans as the state … Read more

Vote like the future of humanity depends on it — because it does

by Bill McKibben, Rolling Stone Highlights The US withdrawal of the Paris Agreement will be finalized on November 4th, one day after the presidential election  Climate change is a top-tier issue for Americans, particularly youth who consider this one of the most important issues of their time, as climate impacts intersect with race, equity, and … Read more

Senator McGuire on SB 350 – big climate legislation that could have been bigger

California Senator Mike McGuire recently spoke at a business breakfast hosted by The Climate Center’s Business for Clean Energy program at Labcon in Petaluma on September 17th. There were several climate and energy bills being considered by the legislature before the session ended. The biggest was SB 350 which passed after being amended at the … Read more

2015 Legislative Session ReCap

by Woody Hastings  |   September 16, 2015 The 2015 legislative season came to a close on Friday September 11th. Several bills that the Center for Climate Protection endorsed were either extended as two-year bills that will be taken up again when the next session begins in January, were enacted with significant amendments, or were … Read more