Bipartisan Group of Thirteen States Urges EPA Not to Repeal the Clean Power Plan

State officials from fourteen environmental and energy agencies representing thirteen states submitted joint comments, facilitated by the Georgetown Climate Center, to the Environmental Protection Agency opposing its proposed repeal of the Clean Power Plan. Learn more

States and Stakeholders Envision a Cleaner Transportation Future

The Center hosted a symposium of business leaders, transportation experts, and others Sept. 19 to give participants the opportunity to share their vision of a cleaner transportation future with state officials. Learn more

Georgetown and U.S. State Leaders Speak Out at COP23

The Georgetown Climate Center, the Climate Registry, and the Climate Action Reserve hosted a bipartisan delegation of 11 U.S. states, which included four U.S. governors in Bonn. It was the largest delegation of U.S. states to ever attend a COP. More

Regulatory Considerations for Utility Investment in EV Charging Infrastructure

This report from the Georgetown Climate Center and M.J. Bradley & Associates explores the role of state utility regulators in evaluating potential investments by electric utilities in EV charging infrastructure.

Climate Center Launches Green Infrastructure Toolkit

New toolkit highlights innovative actions that cities are taking to prepare for flooding and urban heat from climate change. Learn more

Resources to Help Communities Prepare for Climate Change

Check out the new Adaptation Clearinghouse 2.0 database and networking website, which was launched by the Georgetown Climate Center. Learn more

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Georgetown Climate Center Testifies in Opposition to Proposed Repeal of the Clean Power Plan
The Georgetown Climate Center's Sarah Duffy testified on Nov. 29 in opposition to the EPA's proposed repeal of the Clean Power Plan at an EPA hearing in West Virginia. In a letter sent to EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt on Nov. 28, Vicki Arroyo, executive director of the Georgetown Climate Center, also urged the Trump Administration to expand opportunities for public input on its proposed repeal.