SAFE Cities

Welcome to SAFE Cities – a growing movement of neighbors, local groups, and elected officials phasing out fossil fuels and fast-tracking clean energy solutions to ensure a just transition. 

Check out the map to see where communities are working to pass SAFE policies and take action! Don't see activity near you? Click here to get involved.

Types of SAFE policies:

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Types of SAFE communities:

Any community working to pass SAFE policies can get on this map. Toggle the buttons to hide or show different types of municipalities.
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List of SAFE communities

    Already dozens of cities and counties across the US – and several more around the globe! – have passed concrete policies to keep their communities SAFE from fossil fuels, build renewable energy infrastructure, and create good, long-term jobs. 

    The fossil fuel industry’s harmful practices and reckless plans for expansion threaten the well-being of communities and people around the world. That’s why the SAFE Cities movement is connecting local efforts to limit fossil fuels into a global call for action and supporting community leaders to adopt SAFE policies that phase out fossil fuels and fast track clean, more efficient energy solutions for all. 

    Together, we know that we can turn these local victories into a powerful global movement for health, safety, equity, and climate security. Will you join us?

    What is the SAFE Cities Movement?

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    Latest Press Releases and Blogs

    Stand Logo
    08, Sep 2021
    Santa Ana becomes 4th U.S. city to endorse Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty
    Protest at the White House
    02, Sep 2021
    On August 21, Indigenous Water Protectors and allies gathered in D.C. with a clear message for President Biden: he must stop Line 3 and all...
    Stand Logo
    23, Aug 2021
    Shoreline City Council uses powerful local strategy to reduce climate pollution in newly constructed buildings.