AMERICA IS ALL IN

In all fifty states, at every level of government and across every sector of the economy, we must go all in to solve the climate crisis.

About

AMERICA IS ALL IN is the most expansive coalition of leaders ever assembled in support of climate action in the United States. Mobilizing thousands of U.S. cities, states, tribal nations, businesses, schools, and faith, health, and cultural institutions, the coalition is working alongside the federal government to develop a national climate strategy that meets the urgency of the climate crisis, scaling climate action around the country to empower workers and communities, and promoting the leadership of non-federal actors on the world stage.

Led by Mike Bloomberg, the UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Climate Ambition and Solutions, Washington Governor Jay Inslee, Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles, CommonSpirit Health CEO Lloyd Dean and climate champions across the country, the coalition is working to cut U.S. emissions in half by 2030* and reach net zero emissions by 2050, while guarding against the impacts of climate disruption. Coupled with whole-of-government action on climate, America Is All In champions a whole-of-society mobilization to deliver the transformational change that science demands, with the goal of a healthy, prosperous, equitable, and sustainable future.

* from 2005 levels

The challenge

With President Biden bringing the U.S. back into the Paris Agreement, we have renewed federal leadership to take on the climate crisis.

But federal leadership alone is not enough to align with global efforts to limit warming to 1.5°C and put the country on a path to a sustainable recovery that creates millions of good-paying jobs and delivers a clean and just future for all Americans. Thanks in large part to the bold climate actions taken by non-federal actors, our Paris climate goals are still within reach – now we need to go all in to meet U.S. and global climate ambitions. The only way the U.S. can cut its emissions in half by 2030* is if all of America – cities, states, tribal nations, businesses, schools, and faith, health, and cultural institutions – commits to reducing emissions together. A robust non-federal movement can help the U.S. deliver on its climate ambitions and rebuild credibility on the world stage. 

Our mission

AMERICA IS ALL IN seeks to activate a whole-of-society mobilization to drive the transformational climate action that science demands.

By organizing and convening the largest and most diverse coalition of U.S. leaders in the fight against climate change, we work to raise domestic and international climate ambition, with the goal of a healthy, prosperous, equitable, and sustainable future. By going “all in” and galvanizing the maximum effort of non-federal actors, the coalition supports halving U.S. emissions by 2030* and reaching net zero emissions by 2050, while guarding against the impacts of climate disruption.

AMERICA IS ALL IN aims to:

Accelerate

Accelerate

Ambitious non-federal climate action across the country through direct implementation and collective advocacy
Partner

Partner

With the federal government to develop, implement, and ensure accountability for an ambitious, all-in national climate strategy
Promote

Promote

The role of subnational leaders around the world by elevating U.S. subnational action on the global stage

Who we are

When the Trump Administration pulled the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement, more than 4,000 leaders from America’s city halls, state houses, boardrooms, and communities declared, “We Are Still In” and committed to uphold America’s Paris climate goals. In the absence of federal leadership, Mike Bloomberg and then-Governor Jerry Brown stepped in to launch America’s Pledge, an initiative that quantified the climate actions of U.S. cities, states, and businesses to drive down emissions in line with the Paris climate goals, and submitted them to the United Nations on behalf of the U.S. America Is All In builds on We Are Still In and America’s Pledge to champion a whole-of-society mobilization that can deliver the transformational change that science demands, with the goal of a healthy, prosperous, equitable, and sustainable future.

 

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Our leadership

Co-chairs

Michael R. Bloomberg
UN Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Climate Ambition and Solutions; Founder of Bloomberg LP and Bloomberg Philanthropies

Jay Inslee
Governor of Washington State

Vi Lyles
Mayor of Charlotte, North Carolina

Lloyd Dean
CEO, CommonSpirit Health

Advisory committee

Ali Santor
Senior Vice President of Government and Social Responsibility, Providence Health

Barry Parkin
Chief Sustainability Officer, Mars Incorporated

Beam Furr
Broward County Commissioner

Bonnie Styles
Executive Director, Association of Science Museum Directors

Elysa Hammond
Vice President of Environmental Stewardship, Clif Bar

Errick Simmons
Greenville, MS Mayor

Francesca DeBiase
Executive Vice President, Chief Supply Chain and Sustainability Officer, McDonald’s

Harold Mitchell
South Carolina (Former State Legislator)

Jeannie Renne-Malone
Vice President, Global Sustainability, VF

Katie Wallace
Director of Social & Environmental Impact, New Belgium Brewing

Keith James
West Palm Beach, FL Mayor

Lauren McLean
Boise, ID Mayor

Maka Paki

Marc Andrus
Bishop, Episcopal Diocese of California

Mark Mitsui
President, Portland Community College

Michelle Billig Patron
Director of Sustainability Policy, Microsoft

Patrick Hamilton
Director of Global Change Initiatives, Science Museum Of Minnesota

Fawn Sharp
President, Quinault Indian Nation

Sylvia Burwell
President, American University

Rachelle Wenger
Vice President of Public Policy and Advocacy Engagement, CommonSpirit Health

Ruth Ivory-Moore
Advocacy Program Director for Environment and Corporate Social Responsibility, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

Strength of the U.S. non-federal climate movement

50
states represented

65%
of U.S. population

68%
of U.S. GDP

51%
of U.S. emissions

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