Tell Your House Representative to Act on Climate!

Ask Your Representative to Grab Someone from Across the Aisle and Join the Climate Solutions Caucus!

The House Climate Solutions Caucus is a bipartisan group of legislators that meets regularly to advance climate solutions. The mission of the Caucus is to educate members on economically-viable options to reduce climate risk and to explore bipartisan policy options that address the impacts, causes, and challenges of our changing climate.

In order to join, Members of Congress must find someone from across the political aisle to sign on with them, thereby keeping the Caucus balanced at all times. The Climate Solutions Caucus now has 68 members!

To see if your Representative is already a member of the Climate Solutions Caucus, click here

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If your Representative is a Republican, you can also ask them to cosponsor the Republican Climate Resolution!

The Republican Climate Resolution (H.Res. 195) affirms that climate change is real, human-caused, and needs to be addressed by Congress.

Cosponsors of this resolution are Republicans committed to working constructively on broadly supported private and public solutions to address the causes and effects of climate change.

It is the perfect opportunity for elected officials to demonstrate real leadership at a time when action on climate change is more important than ever.

To see if your Representative is already a cosponsor of the Republican Climate Resolution, click here.

 

Ask your Representative to join the Climate Solutions Caucus and cosponsor the Republican Climate Resolution!

 

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Tell Your Representative to Act on Behalf of Our Changing Climate!

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Shifting it to the Department of Homeland Security paints refugee policy as a national security threat rather than a humanitarian mandate.