We want to help equip you with the information you need for your meetings with lawmakers, at events or even for one-on-one conversations with peers. From this page, you can download fact sheets and other shareable materials that contain information on clean energy jobs, renewable energy and the impacts of proposed budget cuts nationally and by state.

Defend Our Future

Defend Our Future flyer: an overview of our campaign.
Defend Our Future principles: the values that guide our work.


EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's toxic agenda – attacking scientists, gutting public health and environmental safeguards and letting polluters off the hook – endangers our health and our communities. Tell Congress: It's time for #PollutingPruitt to go.

Download Pruitt's Playbook, a guide to Administrator Pruitt's assault on EPA and our health.
Download fact sheet on Administrator Pruitt's gutting of EPA's enforcement actions.
Download fact sheet on Administrator Pruitt's ongoing efforts to undermine toxic chemical safeguards.

EPA Budget Cuts

The Trump administration has proposed cutting EPA’s budget by more than 23%. Slashing funding and reducing staff levels would jeopardize our health and our communities. Find out how the proposed cuts impact your community by using the blue navigation menu above to search by state.

Download fact sheet on EPA budget cut impacts on African American communities.
Download fact sheet on EPA budget cut impacts on Latino communities. (Spanish)
Download fact sheet on threats to EPA's Superfund program.

Additional Resources

Download In Demand: Clean Energy, Sustainability and the New American Workforce for facts and case studies on the growing clean energy and sustainability industry.
Download Low-Income Energy Efficiency: A Pathway to Clean, Affordable Energy For All.
Download Fumes Across The Fence-Line, a NAACP – Clean Air Task Force report on the impacts of air pollution on frontline communities.

Some materials have been repurposed from reports produced by Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). For additional information, visit www.edf.org.