To: North Dakota Legislators

Tell North Dakota legislators: Pass a renewable electricity standard now

Tell North Dakota legislators: Pass a renewable electricity standard now

Investing in clean energy helps fight climate change, reduces death and disease from air pollution and creates good, local jobs. I urge you to support legislation to create a renewable electricity standard in North Dakota.

Why is this important?

Across the country, 30 states and the District of Columbia have renewable electricity standards in place that require a certain percentage of all electricity to be generated from clean and renewable sources of energy – but North Dakota isn’t one of them.

North Dakota has the potential to be a leader in wind energy but it is falling behind in the clean energy race due to the state’s outdated, pro-pollution energy policies. It is long past time for that to change.

Since the first renewable electricity standard was put in place in Iowa in 1983, states across the country have used this policy to slash deadly air pollution, reduce carbon pollution and create good, local jobs.

With climate change here now and fueling extreme weather across the country, North Dakota can’t continue relying on dirty fossil fuels. It’s time for North Dakota legislature to start taking climate change seriously and pass a renewable electricity standard that requires utilities to invest in clean sources of energy.


Reasons for signing

  • We're going to need it.
  • I’m Richard Berg, the author of “The Greater Universal System.” I advocate for working "United States citizens" and for prosecuting judicial, political, pentagon, Washington, Wall Street, media, and corporate criminals!
  • We need healthier air & water, because so much of it is now contaminated predominantly by the dangerous and sometimes deadly procedures used to extract oil!


2014-06-04 18:41:42 -0700

100 signatures reached

2014-06-04 10:54:19 -0700

50 signatures reached

2014-06-04 09:25:36 -0700

25 signatures reached

2014-06-02 07:39:50 -0700

10 signatures reached