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EPA Proposes Restrictions on TCE, Toxic Solvent, Under TSCA

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is steadily chugging toward the finish line with its proposed ban of the highly toxic solvent trichloroethylene, or TCE.

Bryde’s Whales are a Step Closer to ‘Endangered’ Status

Today, one of the United States' rarest and most threatened baleen whales are a step closer to receiving protection under the Endangered Species Act.

Orlando Takes Major Step on Building Efficiency

Orlando’s leadership on climate and clean energy is shining especially bright with the passage of new legislation that will tackle one of the city’s, and our nation’s, largest sources of carbon pollution—buildings. 

America’s Utilities Not Veering from Clean Energy Path

A new NRDC report finds that the transition from fossil fuels to clean energy is irrevocably underway.

A Real Bay-Delta Solution: It’s Not WaterFix or Nothing

The Brown Administration's proposal to build two giant water diversion tunnels from the San Francisco Bay-Delta, aka “WaterFix,” faces deep public opposition, even after a decade of planning and boosterism.

Northeast, Mid-Atlantic Ocean Plans Released

Holiday giving started early for our Atlantic Ocean this year with today’s release of two landmark plans designed to keep ocean habitats and wildlife healthy and working for all of us to use and enjoy.