Less Carbon, More Money
By increasing the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere, we’re amplifying the planet’s natural greenhouse effect and turning up the dial on global warming.
Gun-control activists want to use financial levers to curtail firearm sales. Can we do the same for carbon emissions?
Today’s young people are finally realizing just how much power their voices actually wield. These millennial climate activists have every intention of using it.
It’s true that aggressive policies and laws are crucial to save the planet. But carbon-cutting actions by individuals can also make a dent (especially when corporations and elected officials take note!). Here are some easy, concrete ways you can make a difference.
So we’d better get it together and do something NOW.
NRDC senior scientist Kim Knowlton explains how to stay in the fight—not throw up your hands.
NRDC senior attorney Ben Longstreth explains how plaintiffs for these cases get chosen—and how you can help advance the cause in or out of the courtroom.
Industrial polluters have gone to great lengths to stifle environmental advocacy, but their expansion of censorship laws has finally crossed a line for some federal judges.
Seriously. It’s asking American taxpayers to fund a 60-mile seawall along the refinery-heavy Texas Gulf Coast.
President Trump pulling us out of the Paris climate agreement.