We organize and educate voters; elect and train leaders who will fight to protect our water, land, air, and most vulnerable communities; hold lawmakers accountable to bold policy change; and expand democracy.
We are meeting the moment with the urgency the climate crisis requires. The solutions to stop climate change exist, but California’s political leadership lacks the will to do it at the rate and scale science tells us is necessary. Only by holding California’s elected officials accountable and by engaging voters through the power of democracy will we combat the climate crisis and achieve environmental and economic justice.
The data tells us that we have only until 2030 to address the climate crisis before its worst impacts are felt. It’s now or never. Fortunately, the political environment in California is ripe for change.