Support the Green Energy for Federal Buildings Act (H.R. 5142)

As the climate crisis that is upon us becomes all the more clear, it is high-time that we leverage the resources of the federal government to aid in our transition to a renewable energy economy. Under current law, as adopted by the Energy Policy Act of 2005,
the federal government is required to utilize no less than 7.5% renewable energy for its electricity needs, a level that has held steady since 2013.

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Become a Cosponsor of the Climate Change Financial Risk Act of 2019

Climate change is increasing the frequency and severity of extreme weather events like floods and wildfires. It is also changing long-term climate patterns in ways that will lower labor productivity, devalue and destroy fixed assets, stress agricultural
yields, and ultimately affect every sector of our economy. These impacts are likely to exacerbate market volatility and erode investor confidence, ultimately increasing systemic risk.

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Seeking Clean Energy Leaders

Please support clean energy by co-leading the E. Cooper Brown Ocean Clean Energy Act of 2019. The legislation provides a 15% Investment Tax Credit for Sea Water Air Conditioning (SWAC) and resumes the tax credit for Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC). Clean
energy technologies will help us address some of the most pressing energy production, energy consumption, and environmental issues faced by urban and coastal communities.

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Seeking Clean Energy Leaders

Please support clean energy by co-leading the E. Cooper Brown Ocean Clean Energy Act of 2019. The legislation provides a 15% Investment Tax Credit for Sea Water Air Conditioning (SWAC) and resumes the tax credit for Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC). Clean
energy technologies will help us address some of the most pressing energy production, energy consumption, and environmental issues faced by urban and coastal communities.

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Cosponsor No Bonuses During Blackouts Act

California is only midway through its fire season and has already racked up $80 billion in economic losses and damages to the state. The state has experienced record-high number of power outages issued by PG&E with more than 1.5 million Californians without
power at one point. While other factors – including climate change – have certainly impacted the frequency of severity of these wildfires, decades of mismanagement and lack of infrastructure investments have also contributed to this problem.

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Become a Cosponsor of the Climate Change Financial Risk Act of 2019

Climate change is increasing the frequency and severity of extreme weather events like floods and wildfires. It is also changing long-term climate patterns in ways that will lower labor productivity, devalue and destroy fixed assets, stress agricultural
yields, and ultimately affect every sector of our economy. These impacts are likely to exacerbate market volatility and erode investor confidence, ultimately increasing systemic risk.

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