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Congress Drives Toward a Cleaner Future

Expert BlogUnited StatesMarc Boom, Deron Lovaas

The Build Back Better Act makes historic investments in transit and accelerates the transition to electric vehicles. Now it’s the Senate’s turn to pass it.

Global Warming 101

GuideUnited States, InternationalAmanda MacMillan, Jeff Turrentine

Everything you wanted to know about our changing climate but were too afraid to ask.

Paris Climate Agreement: Everything You Need to Know

GuideInternationalMelissa Denchak
The Paris Agreement charted a new course in the effort to combat global climate change, requiring countries to make commitments and progressively strengthen them. Here’s what the accord seeks to achieve, and why our future may depend on its success.

Trump’s Last Havoc on Behalf of Polluters

Expert BlogLuke Tonachel
The administration is leaving office with a reward for automakers who refuse to make more fuel-efficient vehicles. But the list of these last-minute gifts to the administration’s polluter pals is long and growing.

We Need Cleaner Cars to Avoid Dangerous Climate Change

Expert BlogLuke Tonachel
The Trump administration seems not to care that we are headed toward climate catastrophe with carbon dioxide pollution driving global average temperatures up some 6 degrees Fahrenheit (°F) and rendering places that hundreds of millions of people call home virtually…

2020: The Year of No Regrets

Expert BlogGina McCarthy
As we head into the new year, we must embrace change and do all we can to protect and sustain the natural resources we need to survive and the special places we call home. Our lives depend on it.

Paris Pullout Won't Derail State & Local Climate Progress

Expert BlogKit Kennedy
Today the Trump administration began the legal process for withdrawing from the historic Paris Climate Agreement, but Trump cannot disrupt the striking momentum seen in states and cities across the country.

Trump Offers Polluters a Free Pass

Expert BlogUnited StatesLuke Tonachel
In the Trump administration’s latest effort to roll back public safeguards and reward its polluting pals, the Department of Transportation announced it would slash the penalties automakers must pay for not meeting federal fuel economy standards.