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Western States Poised to Slash Carbon Emissions

The transition to a clean energy future is accelerating across the west. From Nevada to Colorado to Montana, power companies across the region are taking advantage of record low prices to invest in clean, affordable renewable energy and are moving away from more expensive, dirtier resources.

Cities Are Key Players in the Fight Against Climate Change

Today, the Obama Administration made an important investment in the way American cities fight climate change. The U.S. Department of Energy unveiled the Better Communities Alliance.

New York Legislature Passes Farm to Foodbank Bill

Earlier this year, the New York legislature passed an important bill (S7833/A10584) to benefit New York State farmers and food insecure communities.

Solar Head of State Helps Gov’t Leaders Guide by Example

Solar power is contagious. As social scientists have shown us, having a neighbor who installs solar panels on her roof significantly increases the chances you’ll put some on yours, too.

Enviros, Others Sue FERC to Undo Costly Power Market Rule

NRDC, Sierra Club, Union of Concerned Scientists, and Earthjustice on Friday filed a legal brief in federal court explaining why certain electricity market rules that are 

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