The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Special Report on limiting warming to 1.5°C (2.7°F) has laid out the dangerous global impacts if we don’t take rapid and transformative action to address climate change: Seas will rise and warm, ki
The latest opinion and analysis from NRDC’s science, legal, and policy experts.
After an 8-month lull, the New York State Drinking Water Quality Council broke their silence and finally met to contemplate the regulation of PFOA and PFOS, two toxic chemicals that have been found in drinking water supplies across the country, including here in New York.
This year, Californians have an opportunity to vote for more humane and ethical treatment of some animals raised in the state, and some animal products brought into California.
Four West Coast cities are committing to major leadership roles in the fight against climate change.
Over the next decade, the public sector will invest trillions of dollars in infrastructure, as private markets make their own investments in communities across the country.