The Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns joined a coaliton of 715 organizations in issuing the following letter to the Biden administration urging them to adopt Renewable Energy Standards and to keep false solutions out of "clean energy."
U.S. energy policy
Shifting toward sustainable transportation will be necessary for combating global climate change. Climate scientists have ideas for making it happen.
The Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns partnered with actress Jane Fonda for the ninth week of her Fire Drill Fridays campaign in Washington, D.C.
Don’t give up hope! We will move forward with the world to address climate change. Take this first step by sending a letter to your governor today.
President Trump's new executive order on climate change is a big turn in the wrong direction. Call your Senators and join us at the People's Climate March.
Learn how the new executive order affects U.S. efforts to address climate change and what can you do right now to protect the Earth.
With the start of the new Trump Administration, Congress has gone to work dismantling agency rules directed at the fossil fuel industry.
The Paris Climate Agreement will become binding on November 4. Now we have a real plan and deadlines for weaning ourselves off of fossil fuels.
The Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns is grateful for President Obama’s rejection of the permit to pump tar sands oil through the U.S. heartland via the Keystone XL pipeline.