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The “I Will Act On Climate” 27-State Bus Tour

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The “I Will Act On Climate” bus traveled to local communities in 27 states to highlight the need for local and federal action to address climate change. The bus tour comes after President Obama took action on climate change by announcing the nation’s first-ever limits on carbon pollution, as well as infrastructure improvements to deal with...

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Victory: Court Upholds EPA Authority to Protect Appalachia

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Citizens in Appalachia celebrated a huge victory in their fight to protect their families and communities from harmful mountaintop removal coal mining. The decision upholds protection for all Americans granted by the Clean Water Act. Communities in Appalachia...

Investing in National Parks for America’s Heritage and Our Economy

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From Yosemite to Gettysburg, from the Great Smoky Mountains to the Grand Canyon, every single one of our national park sites will suffer the “meat-ax” consequences of budget sequestration cuts. Cutting national park spending further hampers economic...

Survey: 64% of Latinos Support Presidential Action to Fight Ravages of Climate Change

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A substantial majority of Latino Americans support President’s Obama using his authority to mitigate climate change and dangerous carbon pollution, according to a national poll of registered voters conducted immediately after the State of the Union speech...