Campaigns

Advocacy in Action

We encourage you to not only become educated about the dire effects of air pollution on our health and economy, but also to take action into your own hands. Direct advocacy is one of the most effective ways to create positive change. Below you will find current actions you can take to support our fight for clean, healthy air.

Reject Scott Pruitt for EPA Administrator

Issue: Clean Air Act Enforcement
Target: U.S. Senate (direct letter)
Deadline: URGENT

Scott Pruitt was nominated by President Donald Trump to be the new administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. There’s just one problem: Pruitt is exactly the wrong person for the job.

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Petition for the RECLAIM Act

Issue: Fossil Fuels
Target: U.S. Congress (petition signatures)
Deadline: URGENT

The RECLAIM Act would bring $1 billion back to coal communities to reclaim abandoned mine sites while creating economic opportunities. Show your support by signing onto this petition.

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Clean Energy Incentives in Alabama

Issue: Climate & Energy
Target: Gov. Bentley + AL Legislature (direct letter)
Deadline: Ongoing

Send a letter to Alabama elected officials to let them know that you support policies to expand access to clean, renewable energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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100% Renewable Energy by 2050

Issue: Climate & Energy
Target: U.S. Senate (direct letter)
Deadline: Ongoing

Write your U.S. Senators to tell them that you support a resolution to move the United States to 100% clean, renewable energy (like wind and solar) by the year 2050.

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Advocate for Clean Energy in the Media

Issue: Climate & Energy
Target: Alabama Newspapers (direct letter)
Deadline: Ongoing

Use this template to generate an email to the editor of your hometown newspaper to promote clean, renewable energy. Be sure to customize the letter based on your own experiences.

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