For release Monday, April 24, 2017

Dear partners: Thank you for helping us spread the word about the Institute for Policy Studies’ How States Can Boost Renewables with Benefits for All report. Please use the hashtag #RPS4All when sharing with your community.

You can find the executive summary and full report here.

Sample social media posts:

Twitter:

  • BREAKING: New report offers action steps states can take to advance a just climate agenda in the Trump era. http://bit.ly/2oW8Q6f #RPS4All [Image –REPORT MOCKUP]
  • Residential solar panels can help low-income households cut their electricity bills drastically. http://bit.ly/2oW8Q6f #RPS4All [Image — LOW-INCOME]
  • Shared-solar programs allow low-income families and renters to benefit from a shift to renewable energy. http://bit.ly/2oW8Q6f #RPS4All [Image — PROGRAMS]
  • New @IPS_DC Report: Increasing & expanding #RPS in states will help equitably reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions. http://bit.ly/2oW8Q6f [Image — CAR]
  • .@IPS_DC report shows increasing and expanding access to #renewables in states can create good jobs. http://bit.ly/2oW8Q6f #RPS4All [Image — JOBS]
  • New from @IPS_DC: #SharedSolar can help keep more money from the electricity market in communities. http://bit.ly/2oW8Q6f #RPS4All [Image — ECONOMY]

Facebook:

  • Given the current assault by the Trump administration on responsible climate policy at the federal level, now more than ever, innovative state and local actions are needed to achieve a just transition to a sustainable economy. Read the new report on expanding #renewables by the Institute for Policy Studies at http://bit.ly/2oW8Q6f.
  • When the People’s Climate March is over — what’s there to do next? A new report by the Institute for Policy Studies offers concrete action steps states can take to advance a just climate agenda in the Trump era. Read on: http://bit.ly/2oW8Q6f
  • A new IPS report found that Black and Latino families pay a disproportionate price for the harmful effects of the fossil fuel economy and therefore would be key beneficiaries of policies that increase their access to distributed solar energy. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2oW8Q6f
  • BREAKING: Electric power generation is the largest single contributor to greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S. To learn how states and local governments can advance a just climate agenda, read the new report by the Institute for Policy Studies at http://bit.ly/2oW8Q6f.

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