1Sky in the News

1Sky Policy Coordinator Jason Kowalski comments on the role of climate and clean energy in the midterm elections

August 03, 2010

“Support for strong climate legislation is a political winner if politicians are willing to stand up and speak about it with conviction,” Jason...

1Sky Campaign Director Gillian Caldwell reflects upon the failure of the Senate to advance climate legislation

July 30, 2010

“There were Democratic majorities in the Congress and a president who clearly understood the issue,” says Gillian Caldwell, head of the national...

1Sky Deputy Campaign Director Liz Butler recognized as one of 40 outstanding social change leaders under age 40

July 19, 2010

Leaders of not-for-profits have served as agents of change to create social and political impact that transcends their organizations, sometimes...

1Sky youth in New Mexico call upon Sen. Bingaman, Udall to lead on climate and clean energy

July 10, 2010

On Thursday, local youth with the 1Sky campaign organized a press conference and panel in order to demonstrate broad public support for the clean...

1Sky Regional Coordinator Akilah Sanders-Reed organizes clean energy forum in New Mexico

July 08, 2010

Some New Mexico teens say they realize the economy and environment don't take a summer vacation, which is why they're hard at work hosting an...

1Sky rallies in Miami Beach in response to Gulf disaster

June 28, 2010

With minute-by-minute scrutiny being paid to the worst environmental disaster in the nation's history, preservationists in Miami-Dade are finding...

1Sky joins Hands Across the Sand action in New Haven

June 28, 2010

More than 70 people turned out Saturday morning to join hands on the West Haven shore, part of a massive rally held on beaches around the United...

Environmentalists including 1Sky view Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) unfavorably on BP oil spill, vote to gut Clean Air Act

June 28, 2010

The 18 percent of Massachusetts residents who view Sen. Brown unfavorably include environmentalists, who are slamming the senator in TV ads about...