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Will Perry Try to Undo Big Years of Clean Energy Progress?

When Rick Perry faces his Senate confirmation hearing tomorrow, the former Texas governor’s  goal will be to convince all of us that he’s up to the task of running the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

Broad Opposition to Trump's EPA Pick, "Polluting Pruitt"

Opposition to Donald Trump’s pick for US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is pouring into Congress from a wide range of organizations representing a millions of Americans with diverse interests. Why is Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt attracting so much concern?

Investing in International Climate Action Benefits Americans

Continued investments in international climate action are in America’s interests as recognized by faith-based, business, security, and development groups. President Obama has made an additional contribution of $500 million to the Green Climate Fund (GCF), bringing the total U.S.

Scott Pruitt Sides with Polluters to Overturn Power Plant Carbon Pollution Limits

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, Donald Trump’s nominee to be EPA Administrator, has fought for years to prevent EPA from limiting the carbon pollution from power plants that is driving dangerous climate change.

Top Scientists Validate Approach to Climate Policy-Making

The nation’s leading scientists have just reaffirmed that the government’s estimate of the benefits of reducing climate pollution reflect the best available science and economics.

Upcoming Battles in the War on our Health and Environment

As President-elect Trump prepares to take office on January 20th, and the Republican-led Congress gins up its legislative agenda, Americans face critical attacks on our health and environment—perhaps the most damaging in history.