Energy, Climate Change
and Our Environment

The President has taken unprecedented action to build the foundation for a clean energy economy, tackle the issue of climate change, and protect our environment.

Energy at a Glance Securing American Energy Climate Change Our Environment Energy News

“We can’t have an energy strategy for the last century that traps us in the past. We need an energy strategy for the future – an all-of-the-above strategy for the 21st century that develops every source of American-made energy.” - President Barack Obama, March 15, 2012

President Obama Tours a Solar Facility

Securing American Energy

Learn more about the Administration’s efforts to reduce our dependence on oil, promote energy efficiency, and invest in a clean energy future.

View of weather systems from air

Climate Change

Find out the steps the Administration is taking to reduce the emissions that contribute to climate change and pollute our air and water.

President Obama in Acadia National Park

Our Environment

Learn how the Federal Government is coming together to protect our nation's precious natural resources.

Gas Prices

Explore the infographic to learn about President Obama's all-of-the-above energy strategy.

Energy Blueprint

Download the Blueprint

Read about the Blueprint for a Secure Energy Future, or download a one-year progress report on the Administration’s energy plan.

Recent News

  • Women in Clean Energy Symposium

    Join the U.S. Energy Department and MIT Energy initiative via Webcast September 28, and hear distinguished and emerging leaders help lay the foundation for a broader, continuing effort to advance women's leadership in clean energy.

  • GreenGov 2012: Leading by Example

    The third annual GreenGov Symposium will highlight how the Federal Government is cutting waste, saving taxpayer money, and promoting clean energy by incorporating sustainable practices into their operations.

  • Chimney Rock Becomes Our Newest National Monument

    President Obama designates Chimney Rock in southwest Colorado as our nation’s newest national monument.