The Climate & Energy Project seeks to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions in America’s Heartland through the ambitious deployment of energy efficiency and renewable energy, in policy and practice.
The Climate & Energy Project:
- Connects people, organizations, and ideas
- Facilitates productive, pragmatic, long-term solutions
- Presents balanced facts
- Ensures that a wide range of voices are represented
CEP aims to infuse certain core values into community, regional, and national discussions of climate and energy.
Making a commitment to safeguarding and sustaining the earth and its resources for future generations
Developing flexible energy and food systems with the strength and diversity needed to survive disruptions in climate or national security
Acknowledging that all energy technologies have benefits and burdens, and that citizenship demands weighing this balance carefully
Supporting creative implementation of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies that are environmentally and socially sustainable