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Chicago Communities Get Relief from Cement Dust Pollution

This summer brought more good news for Chicago-area communities struggling with dust and other industrial pollution, following the removal of outdoor petroleu

Latin America Green News This Week: 7/21 - 7/27/2016

Mexico & U.S. give hope to Vaquita Marina, Peru ratifies Paris Agreement, Chile’s economy too dependent on natural resources

New Report: Computer Energy Use Can Easily Be Cut in Half

Cutting computer energy waste, particularly when desktops and laptops are doing little or no work, could save consumers billions of dollars on their energy bills and avoid millions of tons of carbon pollution annually, according to a new

EPA's Plan to Bring Clean Energy to Low-Income Households

A year ago, I wrote about how the Clean Power Plan (CPP) through the proposed Clean Energy Incentive Program (CEIP), could increase energy efficiency investments in aff

US to Weaken Fisheries Regulations for First Time in Decades

The U.S. has been a global leader in confronting and effectively tackling the overexploitation of its ocean fisheries.

New Poll Shows Support for Ocean Planning and Protection

Like many, I spend my vacation at the beach every year with my family, listening to seagulls and my son’s laughter, as he jumps in the waves with his grandparents. Being able to visit the ocean is a gift.