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Future Reality: Set-Top Box Energy Use to Shrink Another 20%

The amount of energy consumed by the set-top boxes used to access pay TV in our homes is due to go down another 20 percent due to new commitments made by leading service providers such as Comcast, AT&T, and Dish Network.

NRDC Fights Another Pruitt Rollback of Smog & Methane Curbs

In yet another step to dismantle critical protections for our air and climate, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt has proposed to withdraw the EPA’s guideline for states to reduce smog-fo

Coast Guard: No New Anchorages on Hudson, For Now

The United States Coast Guard issued its Ports and Waterways Safety Assessment (PAWSA) Report for the Hudson River yesterday.

EPW’s New Bill of Old Attacks

This blog was written with contributions by Brian Siu, Director of Federal Affairs for NRDC.

Dam Advocates "Pound the Table" at the CA Water Commission

In recent weeks, there have been howls of protest aimed at the California Water Commission from the proponents of big new dams like Temperance Flat and Sites Reservoir, because the Commission rigorou

School Drinking Water Gets an F for Lead

Lead Testing Exceeds State Levels in 82 Percent of New York State Public Schools

Part II: Analyzing the lead testing data

Co-author: Claire L. Barnett, Founder and Executive Director, Healthy Schools Network*