DC-Area Howard County Latest to Eliminate Fossil Fuel Use
in New Buildings

Howard County Joins Neighboring Montgomery County in
Growing Trend to 'Electrify Everything' in the Face of Rapid Climate Change

We advocate for public policies

that fight climate change across our region and beyond.


The Maryland Legislature passed the POWER Act- a crucial victory for our planet and for our economy!


Governor Glenn Youngkin is trying to drag Virginia backwards on climate. The Governor and his fossil-fuel allies have attempted to reverse Virginia’s recent advances clean energy. We are taking action to stop them.


We fought day and night for a year and a half alongside many others to pass strong federal climate legislation—leading to a historic victory in August 2022 with the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA)- now we need to implement it!

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State-based and Federal climate advocacy is the path forward to keep fossil fuels in the ground and increase clean energy. CCAN Action Fund works to effect change in public policy at the local, state, and national levels through voter education, lobbying and participation in the electoral process to address the threat of climate change. Donate today to support this important work in the region surrounding our nation’s capital.

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Debt Ceiling Agreement Gives Life to Zombie MVP Project, Putting Appalachia and Global Climate at Risk

Debt Ceiling Agreement Gives Life to Zombie MVP Project, Putting Appalachia and Global Climate at Risk CCAN Action Fund says: …

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CCAN AF Applauds Councilmember Allen’s Budget Proposal Designed to Advance DC Climate Leadership

WASHINGTON, DC — Today, District of Columbia Councilmember Charles Allen, Chair of the Council’s Transportation and Environment Committee, took a …

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Broad Coalition Celebrates Passage of Maryland Offshore Wind Legislation

Labor unions, civil rights organizations, businesses, and environmentalists celebrate the historic and transformative offshore wind bill going to the Governor’s …

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