Take Action and Help Create a Safer, Healthier Future and a Better Today

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Households Participating

8,695

Households Participating
Tons CO2e Reduced/Year

3,340

Tons CO2e Reduced/Year
Actions Completed

5,231

Actions Completed

We Have Solutions

We have solutions today to solve climate change – and you can help.

40% of U.S. emissions come from 5 basic household activities we do every day - electricity use, home heating, transportation, food and waste.  The great news is we now have affordable and accessible alternatives to all 5 of these activities that will not only lower our impact, but also save money  (up to $1,000-3,000 a year or more). Even better, these actions will also improve our health and create local jobs today.

Most Americans are concerned about climate change and want to help but are not sure where to start.  WeRenew makes it simple, easy and fun to discover your impact, learn about solutions and find actions that are right for you.  We help with practical information and resources on actions and track your progress.

The best part – you can work with others in your community!  Whether it’s your friends, book club, faith community, co-workers, neighbors on your block, or any other community you belong to, you can join and work together to make an impact.  Have fun – get together, share resources and celebrate your success.

Sign up today, invite your community and take action!  Together we can create a safer, healthier future and a better today.

Explore actions

Actions are simple everyday things that you can do to reduce your impact, and many also save you money. Click on a category below to explore the actions.

How it works

Create your profile

It's easy to get started. Create your household profile and enter some information on your current activities so we can track your success!

Take sustainable actions

Browse a list of actions that will help reduce your impact, then add them to your dashboard. We'll help with next steps, costs, and questions.

Work together

Create a team of households so you can collaborate together. Discuss actions with the whole community. And compete with other communities too!