100 add their voices for 100% Renewable California

More California leaders are lending their voices to the call for 100 percent renewable energy.

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Mary Katherine Moore
Creative Associate

Author: Mary Katherine Moore

Creative Associate

Started on staff: 2020
B.A., magna cum laude, Boston University

Mary Katherine creates print and digital content with the Creative Team for The Public Interest Network, with a focus on Environment America and its state affiliates. Mary Katherine lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she enjoys reading, running, baking and hiking.

More California leaders are lending their voices to the call for 100 percent renewable energy. 

As we work to win a statewide commitment to 100 percent clean energy by 2030, every voice on our side counts. Environment California Research & Policy Center launched California Voices for 100% Renewable Energy, bringing together the voices of influential decision-makers, activists, business owners and others who share our goal of shifting the Golden State to clean energy. In May, we welcomed more than 100 leaders who joined our call and signed onto the project.

“The impact of climate change on our state is crystal clear, as is one of the necessary solutions: Transition to 100 percent renewable energy,” said State Assembly Member David Chiu. "California has always led on the environment, and given the climate crisis, we must continue to lead." 

Environment California will continue gathering support and advocating for accelerating our state's clean energy commitment from 2045 to 2030.

Learn more about the California Voices for 100% Renewable Energy campaign.

Learn more about our 100% Renewable campaign.

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Photo: New voices for 100 percent include state senators, city councilmembers and university students alike. Credit: Staff.

Mary Katherine Moore
Creative Associate

Author: Mary Katherine Moore

Creative Associate

Started on staff: 2020
B.A., magna cum laude, Boston University

Mary Katherine creates print and digital content with the Creative Team for The Public Interest Network, with a focus on Environment America and its state affiliates. Mary Katherine lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where she enjoys reading, running, baking and hiking.