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Waiting Game: How the Interconnection Queue Threatens Renewable Development in PJM

ReportUnited States, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, D.C.Dana Ammann
New NRDC analysis has found that even under recent reforms, the country’s largest grid operator is unlikely to approve new renewable projects quickly enough to meet even mandatory minimum state standards.

Permafrost: Everything You Need to Know

GuideArcticMelissa Denchak

The “permanently” frozen earth at our planet’s poles and in other cold climes is thawing, with big consequences to our climate, ecosystems, and health.

Martineztown Residents Fight Inequitable Zoning Laws

Legal filingsNew Mexico, AlbuquerqueMorgan Wyenn
Under the Fair Housing Act, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is tasked with making sure recipients of its federal funds, such as the city of Albuquerque, do not discriminate on the basis of race.

The Future Belongs to Visionaries

StatementUnited States, Arctic
President Obama has a unique opportunity to help safeguard our climate, our children’s health, and our coasts by permanently protecting the U.S. Arctic and Atlantic oceans from future oil and gas leasing.