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SACE members speak up for a clean electricity standard

Congress is currently considering a Clean Electricity Performance Program, which could drastically reduce carbon emissions and advance clean energy. Here’s what our members have to say in support of it.

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The climate crisis is a health crisis

This guest blog, written by Dr. Neha Pathak, originally ran on the Hill on September 7, 2021.

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IPCC Climate Report: The Crisis is Here - There's Still Time for Meaningful Action

We live in a narrow window of time where we can take meaningful action to avert the worst impacts of climate change.

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Where the Candidates Stand on Energy 2021: Knoxville City Council

In this blog series, we share the 2021 Knoxville City Council candidates’ positions on clean energy and climate issues in their own words.

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To solve the climate crisis, invest in how kids get to school

This guest blog, written by Dan Lashof (Director of World Resources Institute, United States) and Sue Gander (Director of the Electric School Bus Initiative for World Resources Institute) originally ran on Data…

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Could a carrot and stick approach motivate utilities to decarbonize with clean energy?

This blog was written by Jennifer Rennicks, former Senior Director of Policy & Communications at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Report Finds Clean Electricity Standard Would Save Hundreds of Thousands of Lives

A new report finds that a national 80% clean electricity standard by 2030 would save many lives, make Americans a lot healthier, and save us lots of money through cleaner air.

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The Long and Winding Road: pursuing infrastructure, energy policy, and a clean electricity standard

This blog was written by Jennifer Rennicks, former Senior Director of Policy & Communications at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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The Multiplier Effect: 100% Clean Electricity Standard + Electrification

A 100% CES + electrification could clean our air and water, protect public health, lower consumers' bills, bolster energy independence, and lift up the frontline communities most impacted by the climate crisis.

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Climate action in Knoxville: Mayor’s Climate Council and City budget

This week, the Knoxville Mayor’s Climate Council held its penultimate meeting to discuss an updated City Sustainability work plan, and Knoxville City Council passed the City budget with climate provisions.