President Trump may have decided he wants to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement, but the rest of the country isn’t ready to give up quite so easily.

More than 270 U.S. mayors representing 58 million Americans have now announced that they remain committed to the goals of the Paris Agreement, and 30 cities across the nation have upped the ante by officially committing to transition to using 100 percent clean, renewable energy. Last week, the Los Angeles Department of Public Works announced that it would put new gas-fired power plants on hold as it considered cleaner alternatives. In another major Southern California victory, the California Energy Commission announced last Friday that it would study ways to avoid building a new gas plant in the city of Oxnard.

At the state level, California, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Delaware, Minnesota, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, and Hawaii have all joined a U.S. Climate Alliance committed to both uphold in U.S. commitments under the Paris Agreement and to meet or exceed the goals of the Clean Power Plan. Ten other states that haven’t joined the Alliance have nevertheless pledged to follow the Paris Agreement. At last count, more…