The House is listening.
Help us send the RIGHT MESSAGE.
Will you email your Representative about carbon pricing? The Senate is actively considering a price on carbon in budget reconciliation. But, we are still building support for this policy in the House of Representatives.
What to say
Ask them to put a price on carbon in this year’s budget reconciliation when it arrives in the House. They’ll know what you mean. (You can check out our FAQ below for more details about this request.)
Your Representative isn’t in the majority, but they can still influence the budget. Ask them to do something big for climate this fall, and support a price on carbon.
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Once you’ve emailed, get others to act
Frequently asked questions
Why is this moment so important?
Democrats are signaling that they are focused on climate change right now as part of this year’s budget reconciliation. We can reach them when they are listening.
Why do we need a price on carbon?
An economy-wide price on carbon will reduce America’s carbon pollution really fast. We need to price carbon if we want to hit the Biden Administration’s goal of 50% emissions reductions in the next decade. It has to be part of any serious climate solutions. Find out more about why to put a price on carbon.
What is budget reconciliation, anyway?
Budget reconciliation is a process where adjustments to spending and revenue can be made with 51 Senate votes instead of the full 60 votes. Since the House passes legislation with a simple majority anyway, it doesn’t have as much impact in the House. The rules of what can be included in a budget reconciliation are strict, and governed by a nonpartisan parliamentarian.
What does a price on carbon have to do with budget reconciliation?
Congressional Democrats have already indicated that they plan to address climate change in this year’s budget reconciliation. Because a price on carbon meets the strict requirements of a budget reconciliation, Congress can and should include one.