Data, Reports & Resources

NRDC is a leader and trusted source in environmental policy and research. 

From reports to issue briefs, we ensure accountability through peer review led by our Science Office, which provides data and scientific analysis that help shape and guide NRDC’s policies and positions. We also offer a range of other resources, such as 101 guides and consumer-focused scorecards to increase access to knowledge about how everyone can be a catalyst for change. 

Viewing 1 - 20 of 957

Flint Water Crisis: Everything You Need to Know

GuideFlintMelissa Denchak
After officials repeatedly dismissed claims that Flint’s water was making people sick, residents took action. Here’s how the lead contamination crisis unfolded—and what we can learn from it.

Wind Energy

GuideUnited StatesShelia Hu

The facts and advantages of wind energy—and why we’re turning to turbines to power our clean energy future.

2024 California Voter Support for Offshore Wind - Survey (PDF)

Polling
This assessment of findings from a survey of 629 California voters shows support for offshore wind energy generation. The results show that Californians broadly support the state’s 100% renewable energy goals – more specifically, they favor expanding offshore wind.

Sea Level Rise 101

GuideUnited States, InternationalCaroline Craig, Brian Palmer

The causes and effects of this undeniable consequence of climate change—and how communities can respond.

NRDC Oral Testimony Regarding the 45V Tax Credit (PDF)

Testimony
In oral testimony to the Internal Revenue Service, NRDC expresses its support for Treasury's proposal for electrolytic hydrogen production for the Inflation Reduction Act's 45V Clean Hydrogen Tax Credit in its current form without broad exemptions.

Offshore Drilling 101

GuideAlaska, West, Louisiana, Georgia, North CarolinaShelia Hu
A look into how drilling for oil and gas in the oceans works—and why it’s time to make it history.

GGRF Lenders Opposition Letter to H.R. 1023 (PDF)

Letters
In a letter to leaders of the U.S. House of Representatives, 15 organizations that represent thousands of community-based lending institutions express their opposition to H.R. 1023, a bill that would repeal the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund.