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Save the U.S. EPA

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The Administration’s proposed 2018 federal budget is inadequate. It threatens to undermine the U.S. EPA’s mission, devastate the Agency’s workforce, and endanger public health. Today, contact Congress and urge them to #SaveTheUSEPA. Congress and this administration are failing Americans miserably. We have witnessed three severe hurricanes that made...

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The 2017 State of the Air Report

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The American Lung Association’s 2017 “State of the Air” report found continued improvement in air quality, but an unrelenting increase in dangerous spikes in particle pollution is putting 125 million Americans’ health at risk for premature death and...

Strong RGGI for a Clean Energy Economy

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How does the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative increase our economic competitiveness, public health, conservation, and cost savings for ratepayers by reducing pollution?  ...

Safeguard North America’s Outdoor Heritage

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Every citizen is an equal owner of our public lands. Since 2013, the Senate and the U.S. House have introduced 44 bills or amendments to transfer, sell, or remove critical protections for America’s public lands legacy — making the 114th Congress the least...

America’s Clean Energy Industry

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America’s clean energy industry is poised to add tens of thousands of new jobs in the coming year. We can make it possible due to sound statewide energy policies plus a stronger renewable energy portfolio standard, the Clean Power Plan, an extension of...

Democracy Awakening 2016: Coming Together to Awaken Democracy

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Thousands of people will converge on Washington, D.C., as part of an unprecedented movement to demand a democracy that works for all Americans, one in which everyone has an equal voice and elected officials are accountable to the people, not the wealthy....

Repower Our Schools with Renewables

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Is your school system planning infrastructure improvements? The North Carolina Clean Energy Technology Center found that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and Durham Public Schools can meet 100% of their electricity needs and save millions over the next 25 years...

YELLOWSTONE: America’s Wild Idea

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National Geographic magazine’s May 2016 issue is a special, single-topic issue on Yellowstone National Park and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the National Park Service in 2016, National Geographic...

“Cool It”: The Climate Issue

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Ahead of the 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP21, in Paris, read National Geographic for November, which is a special, single-topic issue on the subject of climate change.  ...

Common Sense Ways to Reduce Methane Pollution

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The oil and gas industry wastes millions of tons of gas and leaks toxic chemicals into the air that harm public health and speed up climate change. EPA’s new Methane Pollution Standard will protect Americans using low-cost safeguards to plug leaks and stop...