Climate change increases risks to our economy, health, infrastructure, food and water, and almost every facet of life and governance. The prevalence and severity of storms and wildfires; the loss of landmass and flooding of homes; forced migration; and the decimation of crops and natural wonders that have stood for years are accelerating due to climate change. The Center for American Progress Action Fund diligently seeks to provide a spotlight on the costs of human-caused climate change and the strategies to mitigate climate impacts in the future.
Senior Director, Domestic Climate and Energy Policy
Associate Director, Public Health
Director, Public Health
Director, Public Lands
Director, Energy and Environment Campaigns
Director, International Climate Policy
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is plugging orphaned oil and gas wells—boosting job creation, reducing pollution, and improving public health.
This week, Daniella sits down with CAP's Trevor Higgins to discuss Hurricane Ian and the worsening impacts of extreme weather and climate change.
We pursue climate action that meets the crisis’s urgency, creates good-quality jobs, benefits disadvantaged communities, and restores U.S. credibility on the global stage.