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Dobbs Is Dangerous, Especially in an Era of Climate Change

Expert BlogUnited StatesValerie Baron

In a time when we are experiencing more intense, disruptive climate impacts, the consequences of this Supreme Court decision will be even more harmful and deadly, with Black people and low-income people bearing the worst.

Nuclear Power 101

GuideUnited StatesPadmaparna Ghosh
How it works, how safe it is, and, ultimately, how its costs outweigh its benefits.

Regenerative Agriculture Part 4: The Benefits

Expert BlogUnited StatesArohi Sharma, Lara Bryant, Ellen Lee, Claire O'Connor
The regenerative agriculture movement is reviving an Indigenous approach to agriculture and flipping the narrative to show how agriculture can help restore ecologies, fight climate change, rebuild relationships, spark economic development, and bring people—consumers AND farmers and ranchers—joy.

Gov Newsom Announces All New Cars Will Be Electric by 2035

Expert BlogDr. Simon Mui, Alex Jackson
Governor Newsom of California issued the first of a potential series of actions to fight climate change, starting first with a massive venture to ensure all Californians have options beyond burning fossil fuels in cars, trucks, and buses.

The List: Scott Pruitt's Lies & Distortions—So Far

Expert BlogJake Thompson
When EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt appears before a Senate appropriations subcommittee on Wednesday morning, it’s likely his penchant to lie about his ethical problems and mischaracterize his dangerous agenda will be front and center—again.

States Lead the Way on Energy Efficiency as Feds Falter

Expert BlogLara Ettenson
A recent report card of state energy efficiency policies and programs shows that even in this era of partisan divide, blue and red states alike are embracing smarter energy use as a key strategy for reducing harmful pollution, saving consumers…

Huge Climate Opportunity If RGGI Governors Step Up

Expert BlogBruce Ho, Jackson Morris
The governors of nine Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states are about to make a momentous climate decision: how much power plant pollution they’re going to cut, and how fast they’ll cut it.

NY Begins Exploring Pricing Carbon in its Electricity Market

Expert BlogJackson Morris
Imagine what would happen if the utilities buying the electricity to power our homes and businesses had to pay more for it depending on how much carbon pollution the power plants supplying the power pumped into the atmosphere.

RGGI Report: Less Pollution Drives Billions in Health Gains

Expert BlogJackson Morris
The pioneering cap-and-invest program to cut carbon pollution from the power sector in nine Northeastern and Mid-Atlantic states has created $5.7 billion in health savings throughout the region and in neighboring states.