Coloradans—who frequently endure unhealthy air pollution largely from gasoline-burning vehicles—stand to receive major jobs, health, and energy savings benefits if the state adopts a strong Colorado Clean Cars plan that would speed up the transition to zero-emissions electric cars and…
The EPA today proposed urgently needed limits on carbon emissions from power plants that burn coal and gas, targeting the source of about a third of U.S. carbon pollution—or a quarter of total greenhouse gas emissions.
As NRDC's Kathy Harris testified before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, the EPA’s newly proposed regulations for light- and medium-duty vehicles mean many environmental and consumer benefits.
Expert BlogWest, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, WashingtonKelsie Gomanie
NRDC is working with stakeholders to safeguard consumer interests and environmental protections as utilities from California to the Great Plains weigh proposals to share energy resources through an organized market.