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SAFE Cities are phasing out fossil fuels and fast-tracking clean energy all over the globe.

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What is SAFE Cities?

SAFE (Stand Against Fossil Fuel Expansion) Cities is a growing movement of neighbors, local government leaders, and advocates phasing out fossil fuels and fast-tracking clean energy solutions at the local level to ensure a just transition.

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Our Impact

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Cities

There are SAFE Cities on five continents with more local jurisdictions joining every week.

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Countries

SAFE Cities is spreading around around the globe as local jurisdictions work to combat the climate crisis and protect their communities from fossil fuels.

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Policies Passed

Fossil fuels threaten communities in many different ways, and some SAFE Cities pass multiple policies in order to protect their residents.

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People covered by SAFE policies

The impact of SAFE Cities is constantly growing, both in terms of greenhouse gas emissions reduced and in term of how many people are protected from dangerous fossil fuel pollutants.

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