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North Carolina lawmaker: Build Back Better will help environmental justice issues and the planet, interview state Sen. Natalie Murdock, Durham

“We’re coming off of four years where we did not have a federal partner,” Murdock asserted. “So that’s all the more reason that we have to act quickly (with Build Back Better). We have to make up for the time we lost.” More

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Oregon elected official and other lawmakers advocate for Build Back Better at COP26, interview with Rep. Paul Evans, Monmouth 

“It’s going to be a historic investment at actually preparing for disasters, mitigating the effects thereof,” Evans remarked. “The climate-action job package that they have in there, I think, is going to be transformational.”More

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New York advocate and 400 elected officials issue call for action at Glasgow COP26, interview with Dominic Frongillo,  former councilmember and deputy supervisor in Caroline

“We can’t keep fighting this one community, one city, one state at a time,” Frongillo contended. “We need a national and a global response. So that’s why we’re here, calling for a federal climate emergency plan and for Congress to act, passing the Build Back Better Act.” More

Elected Officials to Protect America, a group dedicated in mitigating and helping to solve the climate crisis, has been featured in radio shows about the Build Back Better Act across the nation.

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Elected Officials to Protect America’s COP26 delegation urges world action on climate with Presidential Emergency Declaration and passage of the Build Back Better

EOPA has gathered over 450 signatures from lawmakers throughout America on a letter that supports a national clean energy plan and asks for a Presidential climate emergency declaration.

“We are at an inflection point. The world must mobilize together in emergency action or face catastrophe. At the Paris talks, EOPA cheered the global agreement, but it has not translated to action on the scale needed to mitigate the worsening climate crisis.” said Dominic Frongillo, Executive Director and Co-Founder of Elected Officials to Protect America, former Councilmember and Deputy Supervisor Caroline, New York. “In this global crisis, America must lead. Our EOPA delegation represents elected officials from across America who are doing their utmost in their states and communities. Now, we need our elected officials in Washington D.C. to swiftly act with the passage of the Build Back Better Act. We also urge President Biden to enact a Climate Emergency Declaration and Plan.” ... read more HERE.

Climate Action with Offshore Wind = Jobs & Justice

Offshore wind buildout helps environmental justice bringing jobs and training to communities left behind, say over 100 New York elected officials who signed a letter to the Governor to ensure it happens responsibly.

Climate change is real, just ask anyone who lives on the coast. Coastal erosion is a constant threat. Hurricanes devastate the region. Without immediate action, much of New York’s current coastline will be lost under a projected 8 feet of sea level rise by the end of the century, along with the homes and livelihoods of hundreds of thousands. The mental anguish would be horrifying. The financial losses of up to $180 billion, or the equivalent of three Superstorm Sandys, would be catastrophic. Responsible offshore wind development can mitigate this human and economic catastrophe while generating new opportunities for growth. It has the potential to meet 90 percent of total U.S. energy demand by 2050. Read more HERE.

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AZ State Senator Jamescita Peshlakai speaks about the importance to Build Back Better as a critical opportunity for the Navajo Nation

This Build Back Better plan  is critical for Native Americans in the United States because we haven’t had that opportunity and the chance to build up in the first place . . . it has infrastructure dollars in there that would create for the very first time infrastructure for communities and populations that have never had running water or electricity. We are living in Third World conditions within the midst of the United States, the most developed and powerful country in the world in 2021. Watch the video  here.

Jim Barach Delegate from West Virginia urges Sen. Manchin to vote for Build Back Better

To save our planet, we can create new jobs, we can reduce the cost of energy with renewable sources. i’m very excited about it. (the Build Back Better Act) I’m pleading to Senator Manchin to see the good in this and to come on over and vote for it. Let’s get West Virginia and the rest of the country in line with this. I see great things coming from this bill and it’s going to take us into the future.

To watch the video here.


Stephanie Kifowit IL State Sen. says we need Build Back Better Act to work as the United States combating climate change

IL State Senator Stephanie Kifowit spoke about the importance of the Build Back Better Act for our National Security and to work as one nation to solve the climate crisis, as we can not do it on our own as individual states. To watch the video please click here.