Action for a greener, healthier Connecticut
To avoid the worst impacts and preserve a livable planet for future generations, we need to reach net zero greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050. Carbon pricing is a proven and effective way to help us meet that goal.
Getting to 100% renewable energy will require that we get the most out of every bit of energy we use — and that we stop burning fossil fuels in our homes and commercial buildings.
With fewer than 400 individuals left, scientists warn that North Atlantic right whales can't afford more than one death per year without risking extinction.
To transition our entire economy to run on 100 percent renewable energy, we must take advantage of a massive and underutilized energy resource just off our coasts: offshore wind.