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Renewable Energy for America

Renewable Energy for America

This guide for farmers and agricultural communities on the economic benefits of investment in renewable energy includes maps showing both existing renewable energy facilities and potential for development of renewable resources. (Photo Credit: David Frazier/Corbis) Read more »

Better Viewing, Lower Energy Bills, and Less Pollution

American Wind Farms

Wind works. The growing U.S. wind industry is providing opportunities to American workers, companies, and communities, giving them the chance to prosper from truly clean, renewable energy. Read more »

Stop Dirty Fuels

Stop Dirty Fuels

Looking for fuel in all the wrong places puts wildlands, air, water and climate at risk. Read more »

The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative is a Model for the Nation

The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative is a Model for the Nation

In the absence of a comprehensive national energy policy, ten northeastern and mid-Atlantic states are working together to shift their energy dollars to cleaner, local, job-creating resources through the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, RGGI. Read more »

No More Mountaintop Removal

No More Mountaintop Removal

Across the Appalachians, companies are blowing entire mountaintops to smithereens to get at the thin coal seams below, harming communities and the environment. (Photo Credit: J. Henry Fair, www.jhenryfair.com) Read more »

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Our best weapon against global climate change is clean energy. Renewable power, conservation, energy efficiency in buildings and elsewhere, more efficient vehicles and clean fuels -- these are the solutions that will reduce the impacts on our climate, revive our economy, and create jobs.

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