Pass building electrification policies in your community

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Building electrification is the next frontier of climate justice action. In fact, the latest report from Research Group found that between 2023-2030, the U.S. could avoid the equivalent of the annual emissions of 37.5 coal plants simply by requiring new residential buildings to be all-electric.

Buildings are responsible for 60% to 80% of greenhouse gas emissions in many cities in North America, and methane gas from cookstoves is responsible for 1 in 8 cases of asthma in the U.S. – that’s on par with secondhand smoke. Burning gas in homes also generates harmful emissions of formaldehyde, methane, nitrogen oxides, and other pollutants.

Cities and counties all over the US are passing policies to electrify buildings and kick fossil fuels to the curb – help make your community next.

Use our tool to look up and send a message to local elected leaders in your community asking them to pass building electrification policies now!


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