Outrider believes that political and cultural division disrupts climate progress. That's why we're here to help unite parties and communities in taking responsible action.
On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, bipartisan climate action has never been more important.
At a time when we face political inaction and a looming climate crisis, the significance of Earth Day's 50th anniversary is more relevant than ever.
Climate change affects every one of us.
This is why we need a national plan with bipartisan support: Climate change does not discriminate between red and blue states. It affects each of us in different ways. Gaylord Nelson realized this when he founded Earth Day in 1970.