State attorneys general are working to advance clean energy, climate and environmental outcomes laws and policies. Since the start of the Trump administration, state attorneys general have served as the first line of defense against potentially dangerous actions by the federal government.

State attorneys general also are working together to promote their constituents’ interests in expanding the clean energy economy, acknowledging and addressing climate pollution and, more generally, safeguarding the environment. 

Updated December 14, 2018

ALL ACTIONS (154)
State attorneys general have sought to protect their states from a wide array of potentially harmful federal decisions.

LAWSUITS (44)
State attorneys general have filed lawsuits on a range of issues, employing just one of many tools at their disposal to shape policy and regulatory outcomes.

BY STATE
See a state-by-state breakdown of actions taken by state attorneys general.