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What Might the New Global Climate Finance Goal Look Like?

Expert BlogInternationalJoe Thwaites
Back in 2015, governments in the UNFCCC agreed to negotiate a new collective quantified goal (NCQG) for climate finance prior to 2025. What are the key elements that countries need to agree on?

Fourteen Years After Deepwater Horizon

Expert BlogUnited StatesZanagee Artis
Despite the devastation of the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster, offshore drilling remains a threat to communities, our ocean, and the climate.

Let's Keep Thriving Communities Thriving

Expert BlogUnited StatesJohn Bailey

USDOT's Thriving Communities Program continues to provide critical tools and resources to communities across the country, and yet its funding is in jeopardy.

Access to BRIC Funding May Depend on Where You Live

Expert BlogUnited StatesFarinaz Motlagh

NRDC’s nationwide assessment of who could apply for funding in the BRIC program’s first three grant cycles finds that access could depend on local capacity. 

How Neonics Harm Earthworms

Expert BlogWashington, D.C.Dr. Daniel Rath, Daniel Raichel, Lucas Rhoads

Neonics harm earthworm growth and reproduction in exchange for uncertain benefits