The #ClimatePresident Action Plan:
The 10 Essential Steps President Biden Must Take on Climate

The United States faces an indisputable climate emergency. The solution to the crisis is also inarguable: We must transform our extractive economy to a regenerative and inclusive one.

The actions called for in this Presidential action plan can be implemented by the President acting alone without any Congressional action. These ten actions form the necessary foundation for the country's true transformation to a safer, healthier, and more equitable world for everyone.

The only real question: How can we make this large-scale transition quickly enough to limit warming to below 1.5°C in a manner that is fair, just, and equitable to all?

If the world is to have any reasonable chance of staying below 1.5°C and avoiding the worst impacts of climate change, the President of the United States must demonstrate national and global leadership and take immediate and decisive action to launch a rapid and just transition off of fossil fuels economy-wide. Recognizing the steps that the President can take without any additional action from Congress is critical because these are the "no excuses" actions that can be taken immediately to set the nation on a course to zero emissions.

The actions called for in this Presidential action plan can be implemented by the President acting alone without any Congressional action.

We recognize that a full solution to the climate crisis requires action at all levels of government and from many different aspects of society. The President should also work with Congress to pass a Green New Deal, as well as with state and local governments and in international forums to achieve further action at every scale from the very local to the truly global. The Presidential action plan below crystallizes the top ten most important actions the President can take on climate to launch a broad mobilization to drive U.S. greenhouse emissions to zero through a just and equitable transition.

While the actions outlined in this plan can be initiated by a single individual — the President — they will touch the lives of every person living in America and those beyond who are harmed by the climate crisis. As a fundamental building block of this plan, we must take this once-in-a-century opportunity to establish new relationships of power that are centered in justice, equity, and environmental sustainability to give our future a fighting chance.

In implementing each of the actions described herein, the President must prioritize support for communities that historically have been harmed first and most by the extractive economy, including communities of color, Indigenous communities, and low-wealth communities. The President must also take special care to ensure that the rights of Indigenous Peoples are upheld, which includes following the Indigenous Principles of Just Transition. Moreover, climate policies must drive job growth and spur a new green economy that is designed and built by communities and workers and that provides union jobs with family-sustaining wages. These policies must ensure that workers in the energy sector and related industries, whose jobs will be fundamentally transformed, are not abandoned.

Finally, these policies must espouse energy democracy by empowering communities long-polluted by the dirty energy economy to govern their own electricity systems, choose clean and affordable energy, and reinvest profits back into their local communities instead of utility pockets.

The first steps that would put us clearly on a path to a regenerative and inclusive society can be launched immediately by the President. In January 2021, we will insist that the President take these ten steps in their first ten days in office. These ten actions form the necessary foundation for the country's true transformation to a safer, healthier, and more equitable world for everyone.

Ten essential climate actions President Biden can take without Congress

This step will communicate the urgency of the climate crisis and unlock specific statutory powers to help accomplish the necessary response. Reinstate the crude oil export ban and promote rapid clean energy development per emergency powers; all other actions in this plan can be accomplished under the President's regular executive powers. Direct relevant federal agencies to reverse all Trump administration executive climate rollbacks and replace with sufficiently strong action as described below.

End new fossil fuel leasing and development approvals, ban fracking, and commit to a plan to phase out existing extraction:

  • Issue an Executive Order directing the Secretary of the Interior to immediately halt all fossil fuel lease sales and permits, phase out existing extraction, and ban fracking on federal lands and waters under existing resource extraction laws.

  • Issue an Executive Order directing the EPA Administrator to issue a stringent pollution prevention rule for the oil and gas sector, effectively stopping fracking and other ultra-hazardous and energy-intensive extraction methods everywhere.

  • Commit to work with federal agencies, states, and Congress to complete a plan to phase out all U.S. fossil fuel extraction over the next several decades.

  • Issue an Executive Order immediately re-instituting the crude oil export ban.

  • Issue an Executive Order halting gas exports to the fullest extent allowed by the Natural Gas Act.

  • Issue an Executive Order directing all federal agencies to deny permits for new fossil fuel infrastructure projects, including but not limited to pipelines, import and export terminals, storage facilities, refineries, and petrochemical plants, consistent with the science demonstrating that any such projects are incompatible with limiting temperature rise to below 1.5°C.

Issue an Executive Order directing actions to promote investments in climate solutions instead of dirty fossil fuels, including:

  • Establishing a new mandate for the Federal Reserve and Secretary of the Treasury to manage climate risk

  • Urging the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to mandate corporate disclosure of material risks related to the climate crisis in SEC filings, including disclosure of asset retirement obligations

  • Directing the Department of Energy to end all loan and guarantee financing programs for fossil fuels

  • Abolishing the Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy

  • Directing the State Department, U.S. Treasury, U.S. Export-Import Bank, and U.S. Development Finance Corporation to prohibit any U.S. government financing to fossil fuel projects and related infrastructure overseas

  • Directing all federal agencies to ensure that polluters who enter into settlements in connection with corporate wrongdoing are not able to deduct the payments from their taxes, thereby stopping the shift of a significant portion of the burden onto taxpayers.

  • Issue an Executive Order directing the EPA to designate greenhouse pollutants as criteria air pollutants and set a science-based national pollution cap (National Ambient Air Quality Standard, or NAAQS) under the Clean Air Act. The science-based target is essential to unlock the full power of the Clean Air Act and ensure that the overall climate action plan will succeed.

  • Direct the EPA to issue strict Clean Air Act rules to rapidly reduce greenhouse emissions from power plants, motor vehicles, airplanes, ships and trains, including implementing a ban on the sale of all new fossil fuel vehicles by 2030.

  • Pursuant to the National Emergencies Act, issue an Executive Order directing the Secretary of Defense to redirect a portion of military spending to carry out a rapid construction program of renewable energy projects to meet a significant portion of the nation's power needs. The program shall prioritize photovoltaic solar installations built on already existing structures, and well-managed wind and PV solar installations and battery storage sited on already-degraded environments — and in doing so, generate a substantial number of new family-sustaining jobs.

  • Pursuant to emergency powers, provide critical loan guarantees:

    • To clean energy developers, including communities and cooperatives, to help cover upfront costs for new renewable generation;

    • To building and home owners for building electrification, weatherization, and energy efficiency upgrades; and

    • To compel utilities to transform the egregiously-outdated and unsafe grid system with technologies that are aligned with a resilient, decentralized, and modern energy system.

  • Issue an Executive Order directing the Rural Utility Service to purchase stranded fossil fuel assets of rural cooperatives and municipal power providers on terms that would commit the cooperatives and providers to 100% solar and wind generation by 2030.

  • Direct the Department of Energy to rapidly shift and expand existing federal energy financing programs to prioritize funding for clean energy projects (e.g. distributed and community solar) and alternative energy governance models (e.g. worker-owned cooperatives and community choice aggregation) in communities that are disproportionately harmed by the dirty energy economy. All actions should be designed to ensure that energy burdens for low- and middle-income communities are lowered, and the President should direct the Department of Commerce and other relevant agencies to implement policies that protect against any inadvertent energy price hikes.

Issue an Executive Order creating an inter-agency just transition task force with a deadline of six months to create a comprehensive, multi-industry, national program that guarantees support and protection for affected communities and workers.

The task force must meaningfully consult with unions, workers, Indigenous Peoples, and frontline community organizations, and include the EPA, Departments of Labor, Energy, Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, Commerce, Interior, Defense, and other relevant agencies

  • Issue an environmental justice Executive Order that strengthens Executive Order 12898 by directing federal agencies to:

    • Pro-actively "mitigate," instead of only to "identify and address," disproportionate health and environmental impacts of their programs on Indigenous Peoples, low-income and low-wealth communities, and people and communities of color

    • Use geographic, socioeconomic, and environmental hazard metrics when identifying environmental justice communities.

  • Direct the Department of Treasury, Health and Human Services, and the Attorney General to commence a study for mitigation and payment of damages to those deliberately and disproportionately exposed to and harmed by fossil fuel pollution and toxins.

  • Direct the Department of Justice to institute rules to protect the rights of individuals protesting climate and environmental harms, including from extreme prosecution and disproportionate sentencing for such persons.

  • Issue an Executive Orderdirecting the Departments of Justice and Interior to investigate and, as appropriate, seek damages and restoration from fossil fuel industry actors found responsible for damages to public lands and waters, including the Gulf of Mexico.

  • Reverse all harmful and unethical Trump immigration directives and issue a cross-agency directive to respond to and absorb the growing number of climate-displaced persons who are impacted by extreme weather events and other climate impacts. The new system must preserve the human rights, health, safety, and dignity of all persons affected by climate-induced migration and displacement.

  • Direct the Attorney General to investigate all legal violations by fossil fuel polluters and prosecute them to the maximum extent of the law, including by supporting the "nuisance" and "fraud" suits brought by more than a dozen local and state governments against fossil fuel producers for the damages they have caused. Like asbestos, tobacco and opioid manufacturers, the fossil fuel industry had long-standing knowledge of the risks associated with their products; rather than taking steps to prevent climate change, the industry took action to conceal and deny that knowledge and discredit climate science, in contradiction to their own internal research and the actions they took to protect their assets from climate impacts.

  • Commit to veto all legislation that grants legal immunity to polluters from nuisance and other climate claims, or that rolls back existing laws like the Clean Air Act, such as the "Baker-Shultz Carbon Dividend Plan" advanced by the oil-industry led Climate Leadership Council.

  • Commit to reject and to veto all other false solutions proposed by the polluters that have created and perpetuated the climate crisis including:

    • Market-based mechanisms and emissions trading schemes such as offsets which have proven both to be ineffective and to have harmful consequences, such as concentrating pollution in already overburdened environmental justice communities;

    • Technology options such as carbon capture and storage and the use of captured carbon for enhanced oil recovery, which perpetuate fossil fuel extraction and create new public dangers;

    • Biomass energy which increases carbon pollution per unit of energy and incentivizes clearcutting and other harmful forestry practices;

    • Waste-to-energy which similarly does not reduce greenhouse pollution and increases dangerous air pollution, usually in already overburdened environmental justice communities; and

    • Nuclear power which creates severe safety, health, proliferation, and waste disposal issues and is far more expensive than new clean and renewable energy. These corporate schemes all share the common characteristic that they place corporate profits over community well-being and perpetuate the many systemic injustices that have led to the climate emergency.

Vastly increase the United States' emissions reduction commitment (Nationally Determined Contribution) to slash U.S. greenhouse emissions below 2005 levels by at least 70% by 2030 and reduce them to near zero by 2040 — in line with what science, equity, and climate justice demand. Include deadlines to halt all oil, gas, and coal production in the U.S. commitment and ensure that future agreements set limits on fossil fuel production consistent with meeting the 1.5°C target.

The actions in this report will form the backbone of the plan to achieve this commitment. However, because these domestic reductions alone are insufficient to fulfill the U.S. fair share of global climate action, the President must leverage their full executive authority and work with Congress to appropriate funds for large-scale financial and technological support to enable poorer countries to reduce their own emissions, as well as to support crucial adaptation measures so that vulnerable communities can survive the climate disruption already underway.

Climate President Plan and Legal Report

Model Executive Orders

Model Executive Order to Avert the Climate Emergency

Model Executive Order Banning New Federal Fossil Fuel Leasing and Permitting on Public Lands and Waters

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Alaska Inter-Tribal Council

Allamakee County Protectors - Education Campaign

Allegany County Women's Action Coalition

Alliance for a Green Economy

Alliance for Climate Education (ACE)

Alliance for Energy Democracy

Alliance of Carolinians Together Against Coal Ash

Alliance To Halt Fermi-3

Already Devalued and Devastated Homeowners of Parsippany

Amazon Watch

Animal Welfare Institute

Animals Are Sentient Beings, Inc.

Animas Valley Institute

Anthropocene Alliance

Arvadans for Progressive Action

Ashford Clean Energy Task Force

Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education

Athens County's Future Action Network, aka Athens County (OH) Fracking Action Network

Audubon Society of Central Arkansas

Aytzim: Ecological Judaism

Battle Creek Alliance

Bay Area - System Change not Climate Change

Beloved Earth Community of The Riverside Church

Benedictine Sisters of Erie

Berks Gas Truth

Berkshire Chapter NAACP

Berkshire Democratic Brigades

Berkshire Environmental Action Team (BEAT)

Better Path Coalition

Beyond Extreme Energy

Beyond Nuclear

Big Reuse

Black Mesa Indigenous Support

Boston Clean Energy Coalition

Breast Cancer Action

Brighter Green

Bronx Climate Justice North

Brooklyn Bridge CSA

Buckeye Environmental Network

Bucks County Audubon Society

Bucks Environmental Action

Buddhist Global Relief

California for Progress

California Nurses Association

California Young Democrats Environmental Caucus

Canton Residents for a Sustainable, Equitable Future

Cape Downwinders

Cascadia Wildlands

Catskill Mountainkeeper

Center for a Competitive Waste Industry

Center for A Sustainable Coast

Center for Emergent Diplomacy

Center for Environmental Health

Center for International Environmental Law

Center for Neighborhood Technology

Center for Rural Enterprise and Environmental Justice

Center for Sustainable Economy

Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment

Central California Asthma Collaborative

Central California Environmental Justice Network

Central Jersey Coalition Against Endless War

CEO Pipe Organs/Golden Ponds Farm

CERBAT: Center for Environmentally Recycled Building Alternatives

Chatham Citizens Against Coal Ash Dump

Chatham Research Group

Chesapeake Physicians for Social Responsibility

Christians For The Mountains

Church Women United in New York State

Citizen Power, Inc.

Citizens Awareness Network

Citizens Coalition for a Safe Community

Citizens Committee to Complete the Refuge

Citizens for Safe Water Around Badger (

Citizens Regeneration Lobby

Citizens' Environmental Coalition

Citizens' Resistance at Fermi Two (CRAFT)

Ciudadanos Del Karso

Clean Ocean Action

Climate Action Alliance of the Valley

Climate Action Mondays

Climate Action Now Western Mass

Climate Action Rhode Island

Climate Defense Project

Climate Emergency Fund

Climate Mobilization Project


Co-op Power

Coalicion de Derechos Humanos

Coalition Against Nukes

Coalition for Sonoran Desert Protection

Coalition to Protect New York

Coaltion Against Pilgrim Pipeline - NJ

Coastal Carolina Riverwatch



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Columbus Community Bill of Rights

Committee to Bridge the Gap

Common Ground Community Trust

Communities for a Better Environment

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Concerned Health Professionals of New York

Cook Inletkeeper

Cooperative Energy Futures

Cottonwood Environmental Law Center

Courage Campaign

Creation Justice Ministry Team of Penn Central Conference of the United Church of Christ

Crystal Coast Waterkeeper

Cutthroat, a Journal of the Arts

DC Environmental Network

Deep Green Resistance New York City

Delaware Riverkeeper Network


Dietrick Institute for Applied Insect Ecology

Divest Invest

Divest LA

Dogwood Alliance

Don't Gas the Meadowlands

Don't Waste Arizona

Down East Coal Ash Environmental and Social Justice Coalition

Down to Earth Storytelling Project

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Earth Ethics, Inc.

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Elmirans and Friends Against Fracking

Endangered Habitats League

Endangered Species Coalition

Energy Justice Listening Project

Environmental Action Committee of West Marin (EAC)

Environmental Health Trust

Environmental Protection Information Center

Esperanza Community Housing Corporation

Fairbanks Climate Action Coaltion

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Frac Sand Sentinel-Project Outreach

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George Mason University Center for Climate Change Communication

Geos Institute

Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives

Grassroots Environmental Education

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Great Egg Harbor Watershed Association

Great Old Broads for Wilderness

Greater Prince William Climate Action Network

Green Amendments For The Generations

Green America

Green Compass

Green Education and Legal Fund

Green Map System

Green Neighbors DC

Green Newton

Green State Solutions

Greenbelt Climate Action Network


GreenFaith Bergen Circle


Hands Across the Sand

Haw River Assembly

Hawai'i Institute for Human Rights

Healthy Environment Alliance of Utah

Healthy Gulf


Heirs To Our Oceans

Hilton Pond Center for Piedmont Natural History

Hitec Aztec Communications (Fuerza Mundial)

Holman United Methodist Church

Honor the Earth

Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc.

Idle No More SF Bay

Idle No More SoCal

In the Shadow of the Wolf

Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition

Indivisible CA-43, Los Angeles

Indivisible Cranbury

Indivisible Pittsfield


INOCHI / Women for Safe Energy

Inspiration of Sedona

Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy

Institute for Climate and Peace

Institute for Policy Studies Climate Justice Program

Interfaith Moral Action on Climate

Interfaith Oceans

International Marine Mammal Project of Earth Island Institute

Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement

Jewish Climate Action Network - MA

Kickapoo Peace Circle

Klamath Forest Alliance

Klamath-Siskiyou Wildlands Center


Lafayette Parish Flood Forum (FB group)

Lahontan Audubon Society

Living Rivers & Colorado Riverkeeper

Lone Tree Council

Long Beach 350

Los Padres ForestWatch

Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World

Marcellus Protest

Maricopa Audubon Society

Maryland Ornithological Society

Maryland United for Peace and Justice

Mass Forest Rescue

Mattawoman Watershed Society

Mazaska Talks

Mid-Missouri Peaceworks

Milwaukee Riverkeeper

Mission Blue

Montana Environmental Information Center

Mothers Out Front

Movement Rights

Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment

Nash Stop the Pipeline (Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League)

National Family Farm Coalition

National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights

National Nurses United

National Religious Coalition on Creation Care

Native Community Action Council

Nature Coast Conservation, Inc.

NC Interfaith Power & Light

Network of Spiritual Progressives

Nevada Nuclear Waste Task Force

New Florida Majority

New Mexico Environmental Law Center

New York Communities for Change (NYCC)

NJ Skylands Sunrise Hub

NJ State Industrial Union Council

No Coal in Oakland

No Sharon Gas Pipeline | Clean Energy Now

North American Climate, Conservation and Environment (NACCE)

North American Water Office

North Carolina Council of Churches

North Country 350 Alliance

North Quabbin Energy

Northern Jaguar Project

Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council (NMEAC)

Norwalk River Watershed Assocation

Nuclear Age Peace Foundation

Nuclear Information and Resource Service

NY Progressive Action Network



NYCD16 Indivisible

Occidental Arts and Ecology Center

Ocean Conservation Research

Oceanic Preservation Society

OHIO CARE - Citizens Against a Radioactive Environment

Olympic Climate Action

On Behalf of Planet Earth

Our Santa Fe River, Inc.

OVEC-Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition

OWS Special Projects Affinity Group

Partnership for Policy Integrity

Partnership for Southern Equity

Pasco Activists Inc

PAUSE - People of Albany United for Safe Energy

Pax Christi Florida

PDA Tucson

Peace Action New York State

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Peace and Freedom Party

Pelican Media

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Prison Radio

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Progressive Democrats of America

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Promoting Health and Sustainable Energy

Public Lands Project

Rachel Carson Council

Radiation Truth

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Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association

RedTailed Hawk Collective

Redwood Alliance

Renewable Energy Long Island

Renewable Energy Worcester (Worcester Community Energy Action)

Resist the Pipeline

Resources for Organizing and Social Change

RESTORE: The North Woods

Revolution LA

Ridgefield Action Committee for the Environment

Rincon-Vitova Insectaries

River Guardian Foundation

Riverdale Jewish Earth Alliance

Rochester People's Climate Coalition

Rogue Climate

Roseland Against Compressor Station (RACS)

Safe Climate Campaign

San Bernardino Valley Audubon Society

San Clemente Green

San Francisco Baykeeper


Sane Energy Project

Santa Barbara Standing Rock Coalition

Santa Cruz Climate Action Network

Save Our Sandhills

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Save Wolves Now Network

SCNY Office of Peace, Justice and Integrity of Creation

Seeding Sovereignty

Select - Sisters of Mercy Northeast

Seneca Lake Guardian, A Waterkeeper Affiliate

Sequoia ForestKeeper®

Seven Circles Foundation

Sharon, CT Energy and Environment Commission

Showing Up for Justice (SURJ) San Francisco

Shut Down Indian Point Now

Signal Fire

Sisters of Mercy of the Americas

Sisters of Mercy West Midwest

Sisters of St. Dominic of Blauvelt, New York

Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia

SoCal 350 Climate Action

Social Eco Education-LA (SEE-LA)

Social Justice Commission, Episcopal Diocese of Western Massachusetts


Solar Solution

Solar Wind Works

Solarize Albany County

South Asian Fund For Education, Scholarship and Training (SAFEST)

South Florida Wildlands Association

Southern Echo, Inc.

Southwest Native Cultures

Spottswoode Winery, Inc.

Stop the Algonquin Pipeline Expansion (SAPE)

Sunflower Alliance

Sunrise Movement SB

Surfrider Foundation

Sustain Charlotte

Sustainable Arizona

Sustainable Economies Law Center

Sustainable Marin

Sustainable Novato

Sustainable Upton

Sustaining Way


Sylvia Earle Alliance / Mission Blue

Syracuse Cultural Workers

Texas Campaign for the Environment

Texas Drought Project

Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services

The Alliance to Protect Our People and Places We Live

The Climate Mobilization Hoboken Chapter

The Climate Mobilization-Santa Barbara Chapter

The Enviro Show

The Forest Foundation, Inc.

The Lilies Project

The Natural History Museum

The Peace Farm

The Rewilding Institute

The Shalom Center

The Story of Stuff Project

The Wei LLC

The Whaleman Foundation

Tikkun Magazine

Time Laboratory

Toxic Free NC

Transition Sebatopol

Traprock Center for Peace and Justice

Tucson Climate Action Network

Turtle Island Restoration Network

Unexpected Wildlife Refuge

Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth

United for Action

University of Oregon Climate Justice League


Upper Peninsula Environmental Coalition

Urban Bird Foundation

US Youth Climate Strike

Utah Moms for Clean Air

Utah Physicians for a Healthy Environment

Utah Valley Earth Forum

UU Congregation of Binghamton, Green Sanctuary

Valley Watch

Vermont Yankee Decommissioning Alliance

Virginia Citizens Consumer Council


Voters of Watchunghills

Wall of Women Colorado

Wasatch Clean Air Coalition


Water Climate Trust

Waterkeeper Alliance

We Berkeley Alliance for Clean Air and Safe Jobs

Wellstone Democratic Renewal Club

WESPAC Foundation

West End Revitalization Association

West Roxbury Saves Energy

Western Watersheds Project

White Oak-New Riverkeeper Alliance

White Rabbit Grove RDNA

Wild and Scenic Rivers

Wild Nature Institute


WildEarth Guardians

Women's Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)

Women's International League for Peace & Freedom, US Section

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom Triangle Branch

Women's International League for Peace and Freedom

World Business Academy

Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation

Young Democrats of America Environmental Caucus

Zero Hour