MIT Alumni for Climate Action (MACA) members represent many US states and nations and are working on a wide range of climate activities. MACA members partner with other climate organizations and take individual and group actions, by writing
letters, signing petitions, and networking. Group initiatives occur
through volunteers drafting working documents which are shared and reviewed by other members. Documents may be posted on our website for further review and dissemination. Sign-up forms, letters and petitions are used to collect signatures. For more information or SIGN UP HERE.
MIT Alumni for Climate Action partnering activites
Partnering with @Earthjustice to support the nomination of Todd S. Kim as the Assistant Attorney General, Environment and Natural Resources Division at the U.S. Department of Justice (Email for letter)
Partnering with Climate Action Campaign @ConfirmClimate to support the nomination of Janet McCabe as Deputy EPA Administrator (Email for letter)
Partnering with @OceanConservancy to support leaders in the Department of Commerce (Gov. Raimondo) and NOAA (Dr. Rick Spinrad) (Email for letters)
Partnering with @EnvDefenseFund to support strong leadership at the Environmental Protection Agency (Administrator nominee Michael Regan) and the Council on Environmental Quality (Chair nominee Brenda Mallory) (Email for letters)
Partnering with @NRDC to support strong climate leaders in the Department of Energy (Gov. Granholm support letter)
with @Wilderness Society to support a strong leader in the Department
of the Interior, Secretary nominee Rep. Deb Haaland (Email for letter)
Partnering with the @ConfirmClimate campaign to secure climate leadership in Washington DC by sending a letters to reps and/or OpEd to local newspaper (click on GoogleDoc).
Partnering with @ClimateReality to demand urgent action on the fifth anniversary of the signing of the Paris Agreement by sending letters to reps (click on Web form).
Partnering with @ClimateLit as a signatory for the National Strategic Planning Framework to support
the creation of a national U.S. Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE) (click on GoogleForm).