The magnitude of the climate crisis demands a candidate willing to challenge the power of Big Oil and end our reliance on fossil fuels. It is clear that Senator Klobuchar is not that candidate.
When candidates race to the middle it becomes a race to the bottom. Senator Elizabeth Warren has blazed a different path by embracing and building on one of the best plans her party has to offer -- Governor Jay Inslee's climate plan.
Americans are demanding to know where the Democratic candidates stand on climate change. Unfortunately, Tom Perez and the DNC capitulated to fossil fuel interests and are afraid to have a full-throated conversation about what addressing the climate crisis truly means
We are already in a climate emergency, and only a plan of this scope and scale will be enough to stop the worst of the crisis. Sanders’ plan is the standard that all other candidates will be judged by.
We are pleased to see Governor Inslee recognize the connection between climate change and agriculture, and lay out specific policies to transform our food system.
Mayor Buttigieg is correct that we need to expand worker protections and encourage farmers to transition to agricultural practices that will help protect the environment.
Friends of the Earth Action applauds Sen. Warren for recognizing that we must fundamentally transform our food and agriculture system to stabilize our climate and ensure food security.
Friends of the Earth Action applauds Sen. Gillibrand for embracing a bold Green New Deal that ends our exploitation of fossil fuels — averting climate catastrophe and ensuring our economy works for everyone.
Friends of the Earth U.S. and Friends of the Earth Action today publicly released a resolution from the two boards of directors calling on Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to begin an impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump.
As a frontline community, our city must set a precedent and we demand that all our elected officials sign the No Fossil Fuel Money Pledge to keep dirty fossil fuel money out of politics. The future of our climate is in too much peril to take a pass on these important policies.