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Success Stories
Mercury Controls at Last
Campaign Update
A Boom in Fracking Threatens Communities Across America
Feature Stories
Big Oil Won't Let the Tar Sands Pipeline Die
NRDC, Redford Challenge Shell
Don't Frack the Catskills!
One Woman, Fighting for Justice, Turns Tragedy into Inspiration
Oil Companies Hijack Canadian Energy Decisions
NRDC Sues to Protect Whales from New Sonar Deployment
In The News
Cleaner Future for Cars
Online Features
Green Burials
This Green Life's Nature Map: Share Your Favorite Places!
In The News
Victory for Belugas
California drivers looking for a cleaner ride will have many more options to choose from, thanks to a landmark decision by the state's Air Resources Board. In a move long advocated by NRDC, the board recently voted to adopt new clean-car standards that will dramatically cut the carbon pollution of new cars in half and smog pollution by a whopping 75 percent, while halving gasoline consumption. The board also moved to significantly expand the state's Zero Emission Vehicle program and to add more than 3 million electric cars to the roads in California and 10 other states that have adopted the same standards by 2025.
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