SEEC Members Call for Climate Jobs, Justice, Action

Ahead of the Peoples Climate March marking President Trump's 100th Day in office SEEC members joined with environmental justice advocates to call on the Administration to end their anti-environmental assault and take action to support climate justice and jobs.
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SEEC applauds passage of the Moving Forward Act

“As leading advocates for sustainability in the U.S. House, SEEC has long advocated for a new approach to infrastructure focused on addressing 21st century challenges, which is why today we are proud to support the passage of the Moving Forward Act."
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SEEC secures wind & solar support in infrastructure bill

"In a letter last week, eight leaders of the House Sustainable Energy and Environment Coalition told Pelosi and other Democratic leaders the emergency payroll loans for small businesses were not enough to save the jobs of many solar panel installers and wind turbine technicians."
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SEEC Leadership applauds passage of the Moving Forward Act

Jul 1, 2020 Press Release

Today the leaders of the House Sustainable Energy and Environment Coalition (SEEC) made the following statement in response to the passage of H.R. 2, the Moving Forward Ac in the U.S. House of Representatives:

SEEC Leadership Calls for Sustainable Relief & Recovery; Outlines Policy Pathways

Jun 18, 2020 Press Release

Yesterday the leaders of the House Sustainable Energy and Environment Coalition (SEEC) sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, and Committee Chairs calling for sustainable relief and recovery legislation. Their letter also outlines robust policy options for a strong recovery that can create family-sustaining jobs while deploying clean energy, reducing pollution, and protecting communities from the climate crisis.

SEEC leadership condemns short-sighted Trump administration decision to waive bedrock environmental laws for infrastructure

Jun 5, 2020 Press Release

SEEC Co-Chairs Reps. Paul Tonko, Doris Matsui and Gerry Connolly and Vice-Chairs Reps A. Donald McEachin, Chellie Pingree, Matt Cartwright, Mike Quigley and Alan Lowenthal made the following statement in response to President Trump’s decision to use emergency powers to waive critical environmental review of infrastructure projects.

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Representing Iowa, a state that produces over 27 percent of its electricity from wind and the third most amount of wind in the country, Congressman Loebsack has been a leader in pushing clean, renewable, and homegrown energy policies. Congressman Loebsack is a champion for issues like renewing the wind production tax credit to help cut our dependence on fossil fuels and to invest in jobs in Iowa’s Second Congressional District, one of the only districts that manufactures all the parts for a wind turbine. He has also been a champion of programs such as the Rural Energy for America Program to help rural businesses become more energy efficient and produce their own renewable power.

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