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How to Help Your Community Benefit from Clean Energy Funds

Want less pollution in your neighborhood? Wishing solar roofs and electric buses were everywhere you looked? There are some very concrete things you can do to help speed up climate …

America’s Clean Energy Pie

We hope you’ll enjoy this recipe as you reunite with friends and family this holiday season. Educating Americans about how they can benefit from the clean energy transition is an …

Generation180 joins Clinton Global Initiative to announce its new commitment to bring clean energy to K-12 schools

We’re thrilled to announce our new Commitment to Action at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) 2023 Meeting today, paving the way for the education sector to take climate action. We …

Happy Birthday, IRA!

The landmark clean energy law passed nearly one year ago, aka the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA), is the single largest investment in climate and clean energy in American history. Generation180’s …

The Energy 180: Taking You From Guilt Trip to Power Trip

In this piece, Generation180’s executive director, Wendy Philleo, lays out how the fossil fuel industry has manipulated American consumers into climate inaction for decades. Armed with this information, we hope …

The Inflation Reduction Act is a big f***ing deal

The Inflation Reduction Act is the largest climate investment ever made by Congress, a whopping $369 billion over 10 years. The 1,000+ page bill is complex, so we cranked up …

Your Vote Matters

If you are a human living on planet earth (which most of us are), then clean energy is an issue that affects your life and your future.   It is …

Four ways red states are benefiting from clean energy development

Sometimes American political discourse can feel so divisive that it seems we face an unbridgeable chasm. But on some issues – like in the case of clean energy – there …

This back to school season, follow the money at your college or university

Well, it’s done. You’ve set up the dorm room, reviewed the class schedule, checked out the dining hall, and bid familial farewells until winter break. Whether you’re a departing student …

Between a Rock and a Gavel

The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled in favor of polluters when they sided against recognizing the U.S. EPA’s legal authority to regulate carbon dioxide. This ruling was a major blow …