Forty seven U.S. cities have now committed to transition to 100% clean energy, of which at least 5 have already achieved 100% clean energy and are powered today with entirely renewable sources. The commitments include big cities like Atlanta, GA and small towns such as Abita Springs, LA.

While each city is pursuing this goal distinctly, the benefits of the transition are widespread. Developing clean energy sources like wind power and solar — especially when combined with measures to reduce energy waste — translates directly to job creation, a reliable energy supply, lower energy costs, improved public health, and a better environment.

Today we're releasing a report showcasing 10 of these incredible cities which you can read and download at sc.org/10-case-studies
Sierra Club @sierraclub
Sierra Club @sierraclub

Forty seven U.S. cities have now committed to transition to 100% clean energy, of which at least 5 have already achieved 100% clean energy and are powered today with entirely renewable sources. The commitments include big cities like Atlanta, GA and small towns such as Abita Springs, LA. While each city is pursuing this goal distinctly, the benefits of the transition are widespread. Developing clean energy sources like wind power and solar — especially when combined with measures to reduce energy waste — translates directly to job creation, a reliable energy supply, lower energy costs, improved public health, and a better environment. Today we're releasing a report showcasing 10 of these incredible cities which you can read and download at sc.org/10-case-studies

Forty seven U.S. cities have now committed to transition to 100% clean energy, of which at least 5 have already achieved 100% clean energy and are powered today with entirely renewable sources. The commitments include big cities like Atlanta, GA and small towns such as Abita Springs, LA. While each city is pursuing this goal distinctly, the benefits of the transition are widespread. Developing clean energy sources like wind power and solar — especially when combined with measures to reduce energy waste — translates directly to job creation, a reliable energy supply, lower energy costs, improved public health, and a better environment. Today we're releasing a report showcasing 10 of these incredible cities which you can read and download at sc.org/10-case-studies

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undefined @mayyn94
@mayyn94
Lol, the only thing Portland's ready for is an Antifa riot...

3 months ago


undefined @craftyvirginian
@craftyvirginian
The states who carried Trump look pretty impressive. Hillary states; not so much.

3 months ago


undefined @spykesol
@spykesol
Awesome 👏

3 months ago



undefined @jilliusbeanus
@jilliusbeanus
So happy my city of Portland is committed! 💚🌞🌲

3 months ago


undefined @jillianleeriley
@jillianleeriley
Pretty sure Hillsborough, NC too. Check with the state chapter.

3 months ago


undefined @coborn06
@coborn06
Why isn't Minneapolis and St. Paul on here?!?!

3 months ago


undefined @janieb124
@janieb124
Atlanta ????

3 months ago



undefined @anabelcbilyk
@anabelcbilyk
@hecarls Madison!? Jealous 😩

3 months ago


undefined @southwest.shards
@southwest.shards
Go SLC ! ✨👌🏻

3 months ago


undefined @jfrankgoat
@jfrankgoat
Lets go cali!!! Step up

3 months ago


undefined @archer_b_rock
@archer_b_rock
🎥🎬🎩💥🐇🍀👍🏻🍀🐇💥🎩🎬🎥

3 months ago


undefined @churchofsolarrevival
@churchofsolarrevival
Hallelujah!! Bring on the #solarrevival!!

3 months ago


undefined @minnesotamum
@minnesotamum
How do we find out if our city is on the big list?

3 months ago


undefined @cubbywestspain
@cubbywestspain
Who holds these cities accountable for their commitments? I’m Atlanta Native & hear these commitments made with no effort seen to fulfill them. How do we hold cities accountable? @sierraclub

3 months ago


undefined @kmgjamesco
@kmgjamesco
👏🏻👏🏻👍🏻 #hanovernewhampshire

3 months ago


undefined @lisa_shiroma
@lisa_shiroma
Get with it San Diego !! #sandiego #letsdoit

3 months ago


undefined @tantheman1999
@tantheman1999
Yeah for Utah!

3 months ago


undefined @powmae77
@powmae77
Are we in it to win it? @mnsenate @cityofminneapolis @cityofsaintpaul

3 months ago


undefined @nowwheresclaire
@nowwheresclaire
Way to go, St. Petersburg! 💕 ☀️

3 months ago




undefined @cheyennethegypsy
@cheyennethegypsy
So.....I'm rather (very)new to Instagram. Can I repost or reshare this on here or on any other social media site? I'm not finding any options for that? 😊 Thank you

3 months ago



undefined @arafaelruelas
@arafaelruelas
1

3 months ago


undefined @gainesmyer
@gainesmyer
Let’s go @cityofasheville

3 months ago


undefined @pringthespring
@pringthespring
💚💚💚💚💚

3 months ago



undefined @angholichigoli
@angholichigoli
Love you @America. Actually all Americans have given a lot to Mother-Earth . Love you @realdonaldtrump . He wd do the peak by signing Paris climate pact in 2018. #bathpill #climateaction #climatechange #climate4change

3 months ago



undefined @nicklatino34
@nicklatino34
Awesome!

3 months ago


undefined @dakotagouger
@dakotagouger
YESSSS

3 months ago


undefined @ms_monika_
@ms_monika_
Woohoo colorado!!! @katrina.ab

3 months ago


undefined @sustainabellee
@sustainabellee
😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

3 months ago


undefined @cwalters3
@cwalters3
Awesome!!!

3 months ago


undefined @ceciactivist13
@ceciactivist13
@unica1302 St. Pete! 👏

3 months ago


undefined @julestracy_
@julestracy_
SLT!!!!

3 months ago


undefined @happeyd
@happeyd
NO NUCLEAR!!!!! It's on the low emissions list.

3 months ago