White House Proposal Would Exempt Certain Projects From Environmental Review And Weaken Protections For American Families
House Democrats Held Over 120 Hearings On The Climate Crisis During The First Session Of The 116th Congress, Securing Important Funding And Passing Key Bills
As lawmakers return to Washington this week for the second session of the 116th Congress, the Select Committee on the Climate Crisis highlighted the efforts Democrats made during the first session to reduce pollution and protect vul
During Madrid Climate Talks, Select Committee Chair Touts 'Extraordinary Opportunity' To Expand Clean Energy
GREEN Act Would Extend Important Energy Incentives, Create New Opportunities
WASHINGTON (November 21, 2019) - On Thursday, Chair Kathy Castor (D-FL) of the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis commended her colleagues in the Ways and Means Committee for prioritizing clean energy tax policies, using the tax code to benefit American families and businesses, and working to ramp up clean energy across the United States.