Over 100 members of Congress have officially signed on as co-sponsors of the Green New Deal resolutions introduced in Congress by Sen. Ed Markey and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, but many have not yet signed the No Fossil Fuel Money pledge. If members of Congress who claim to be climate leaders want to seriously tackle climate change, they must show real climate leadership by rejecting the fossil fuel industry's money.
We’re in a crucial moment to shine a light on Big Oil’s dirty influence on our political system and usher in a new wave of climate leadership. It is essential that we draw a line in the sand and ensure that all Green New Deal co-sponsors in the Senate reject all contributions from Big Oil, Gas, and Coal.
Forty-five current members of Congress have signed the pledge to reject fossil fuel money, including several Presidential contenders. Nationwide, over 1,400 politicians have signed. The Green New Deal resolutions show that huge public momentum is building for true climate leadership and solutions at the scale the crisis demands. But the fossil fuel industry wants to shut us down and drown out our movement with its dirty money.
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