An equitable transition to clean power requires utilities to prioritize input from community stakeholders. Too often, frontline communities and advocates are dissuaded from participating in critical decisions by virtue of the opaque, technical process. With coordinated assistance and capacity-building support from local organizations, there are opportunities for stakeholders to intervene and demand private companies incorporate community feedback.
Cliff Majersik analyzes building performance policies in Maryland and Montgomery County
Cliff Majersik outlines the real estate implications of the SEC’s proposed rule on climate risk disclosure.
A blog summary of Jalonne White-Newsome’s report on equity and building decarbonization.
This report focuses on opportunities to advance equitable decarbonization for non-residential buildings serving low-income and/or communities of color.
Report on the evolution of the European regulatory framework for buildings efficiency as part of meeting the Paris Agreement
This report informs EU audiences on the status of recovery measures in the U.S. that can move the country towards meeting its climate commitments
A building performance standard can accelerate the way utilities support equitable climate action.
National Building Performance Standards Coalition creates opportunity to activate community groups, environmental justice organizations, and technical experts.
Summary findings on how Consumer Advocates can positively influence utilities toward a just clean energy transition.