NRDC Expert Blog
The boreal, one of the world’s largest carbon sinks, is in danger. By working to save it, Canada could make a quantum leap, culturally and environmentally.
Zinke’s first year as secretary of the Interior Department has been a disaster for the environment and Americans who value it. The numbers don’t lie.
Sends Clear Message that Bristol Bay Remains United Against the Pebble Mine
India Green News: India, France sign pact to deepen cooperation in environment field; IREDA, EIB sign €150 million loan for RE financing in India; Centre’s clean air plan goes beyond Delhi, urban India and outdoor pollution
The California Senate majority leader today joined with an Republican Assemblymember to introduce bipartisan legislation to remedy multiple shortcomings in the recent California Public Uti
The public health community is mourning the loss of a champion: U.S. Rep. Louise Slaughter. The Congresswoman, who sadly passed away last night, was one of a kind.
Achieving New York’s climate and clean energy goals hinges upon a comprehensive and ambitious plan to increase energy efficiency savings in New York across all fuels.
“The problems faced by orcas and salmon are human-caused, and we as Washingtonians have a duty to protect these species,” Governor Jay Inslee said yesterday at the signing of an Executive Order that established