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It’s time for an all-out national mobilization to defeat the climate crisis.

President Biden and Congress must lead the charge to defeat the climate crisis and build a thriving, just and inclusive clean energy future. Join our work to help make it happen.

West Virginia vs. EPA: Here’s What’s at Stake

The Supreme Court might be on the verge of undermining our ability to fight climate change. Sign up for action alerts now.

The Supreme Court might be on the verge of undermining our ability to fight climate change. 

The Court begins hearing arguments today on one of the most important fights we’ve ever undertaken. Our new explainer video to showcase everything that’s at stake. 

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West Virginia vs. EPA is the culmination of two conservative crusades:

1) to pack the courts with far-right judges to advance the conservative agenda
2) to undermine environmental protections to benefit Big Polluters.

Right-wing extremists are poised to accomplish both goals in one fell swoop. With its conservative supermajority, the Supreme Court could rule that the executive branch—including the EPA—has no authority to regulate beyond what is explicitly written into legislation. This means that instead of agencies having the power to develop rules, Congress will have to approve every action that each federal agency takes. That would disrupt 50 years of precedent and put the Clean Air Act—and hundreds of agency actions that are essential to our everyday lives and our clean energy future—in jeopardy.

Here's What You Can Do

American institutions as we know them, and our ability to fight the climate crisis, are under threat without real reforms to restore balance to the judicial branch.

Starting now and in the months until the Court’s ruling in June, we’ll be asking you to take a stand and protect our ability to fight climate change. Join our email list now and we’ll make sure you stay up to date with action alerts on West Virginia vs EPA

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