Climate Power En Acción

En Acción is a project of Climate Power focused on reaching and mobilizing Latinos on climate action and a fairer, cleaner, healthier economy. 


Lead the climate narrative for Latinos to protect while advancing climate progress.


We envision a future where the majority of Latinos around the country prioritize climate as a kitchen-table issue and understand that climate progress is essential for Latino community wellbeing.

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About En Acción

Introducing Climate Power En Acción, or CPEA, a project of Climate Power focused on reaching and mobilizing Latinos on climate and the impact of a green economy.

What do we do?

Latinos understand how climate change is increasingly impacting their lives and the urgency needed to address this crisis. At the same time, they see hope in climate action at the federal level. They recognize the progress achieved with the clean energy plan and its climate investments. This trend will only grow in the near future as the law continues its implementation.” 

Antonieta Cádiz Vargas Deputy Executive Director for Climate Power En Acción

Latinos Are a Key Demographic to Push for Climate Action

Source: Pew Research and Climate Power

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    Latinos are the second-largest group of voters in the country with 18 million registered voters.

  • 83


    An overwhelming 83% of Latinos note that they were worried about the increase in planet temperature.

  • 388


    388 new clean energy projects in small towns and large cities across the country since the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act in August 2022, totaling $310 billion in new investments.

Not only did we get something done, it was our country’s largest investment in climate ever, larger than any investment of any nation in the world. Now, we have to implement effectively, implement equitably…we’re going to build on that success because it’s important for climate, it’s important for public health, right? It’s our community that’s disproportionately impacted by air pollution, water pollution, et cetera, and it just makes business sense.”

Senator Alex Padilla