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Mother's Day Letter to Murkowski (PDF)

This Mother's Day, the United Tribes of Bristol Bay sent a letter to Senator Murkowski regarding the settlement reached by EPA and the Pebble Limited Partnership.

133 NGO Letter to Secretary Zinke Opposing the Expansion of Offshore Drilling

133 nonprofit organizations from across the United States sent a letter to Interior Secretary Zinke in opposition to the expansion of offshore drilling. "Offshore drilling brings unacceptable risks to our oceans, coastal residents, communities, existing economies, and our climate," the...

Environmental NGO Letter Supporting Healthcare Access (PDF)

NRDC and 8 other environmental organizations sent a letter to members of Congress urging them to oppose the repeal of the Affordable Care Act. Preventative health services and increased access to insurance coverage are critical to promoting public health, especially...

Farm to Food Bank Coalition Letter (PDF)

Coalition letter of more than 150 farm, hunger, and environmental organizations calling on Governor Cuomo to sign the Farm to Food Bank Bill into law. The bill, which passed both the state assembly and senate unanimously, would allow New York...

Letter Opposing the SCRUB Act (PDF)

Letter submitted by David Goldston on behalf of NRDC to the House Judiciary Committee opposing the draft bill, the "Searching for and Cutting Regulations that are Unnecessarily Burdensome (SCRUB) Act of 2014."

Impacted Public Water System Leak Detection Directive - Letter (PDF)

In order to manage the regional water supply in New Jersey, Department of Environmental Protection requested public water systems in drought affected counties to complete interconnection flow tests, leak detection survey and repairs, and to provide certified percentage of unaccounted-for-water.