Accelerating Climate Action 

The Commission on Accelerating Climate Action was launched in 2021 to identify solutions to climate change. The Commission consists of 31 Commission members with diverse backgrounds who are working toward a plan for collective climate action across society.

Please join us on October 24th to celebrate the launch of the new report from the Commission on Accelerating Climate Action, Forging Climate Solutions: How to Accelerate Action Across America. Learn more and register.

A Video about the Climate Commission and Its Work


Initial Publications

The first phase of the work explored the landscape through interviews with 70 issue-area experts. Combined with the Commission members' own expertise, these perspectives form the foundation for these initial reports and for the Commission's upcoming consensus report.

A photo of a television studio shows a camera in the foreground and a meteorologist in the background gesturing toward a monitor where a landscape view of Washington D.C. is displayed. The meteorologist has straight brown hair and brown skin, and wears a purple dress and brown heels. A smaller monitor is a few feet away, which shows a weather forecast along the bottom of the screen. The rest of the screen mirrors the image of the meteorologist.
Working Group Report
Working Group Report
Working Group Report
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The Commission on Accelerating Climate Action is made possible through the generous support of Roger Sant and Doris Matsui, Hansjörg Wyss, Bob Higgins, the Grantham Foundation for the Protection of the Environment, William and Helen Pounds, the David and Ellen Lee Family Foundation, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, and an endowment provided by John E. Bryson and Louise Henry Bryson.