I am a member of a team that has created and is now building support for a U.S. energy policy centered around avoiding the worst impacts of climate change. AMA
Frustrated by the U.S.'s lack of progress on climate solutions, we created a six-point plan to remedy the situation. Our strategy recognizes that President Obama's Climate Action Plan isn't enough to avoid the worst climate impacts, and lays out specific policies that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions to the levels that the best scientists say is necessary.
Our document is called The Plan: How the U.S. Can Help Stabilize the Climate and Create a Clean Energy Future, and is broken down into 2 categories: actions that President Obama can legally take on his own, and ones we must pressure Congress to pass.
We know this is an ambitious undertaking–but we're trying to push the politics of climate change because the planet can't afford to wait around while our politicians dither.
You can learn more about our organization at usclimateplan.org.
EDIT: You can download the full version of our report here. It contains all of our citations for our claims about nuclear power, which I expect to be one of the more controversial topics we talk about.
Update: To everyone who responded: Thank you so much. I have enjoyed learning your opinions, agreeing with you, and disagreeing with you. It has been fun, but I sadly have to sign off. I will address some of the last remaining questions in the next day, but for the most part I'm done posting. Thanks again.