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Martineztown Residents Fight Inequitable Zoning Laws

Legal filingsNew Mexico, AlbuquerqueMorgan Wyenn
Under the Fair Housing Act, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is tasked with making sure recipients of its federal funds, such as the city of Albuquerque, do not discriminate on the basis of race.

Climate Change Literature that Made Waves in 2016

Expert BlogRob Moore
The impacts of climate change are all around us, particularly in the form of floods and sea level rise. See what government reports, research papers and (yes) even novels made it onto my Best of 2016 Climate Literature list.

Sustainable Finance

NRDC works with the public and private sectors to spur innovations that will help economies adapt to a new world driven by climate change, and deliver a greener, more prosperous future that benefits all.

DOE Gas Furnace & Water Heater Proposal Wastes Fossil Fuels

Expert BlogLauren Urbanek
The Department of Energy is continuing its assault on the appliance energy efficiency standards program, with a proposed interpretive rule out this week that could freeze in place the standards for residential furnaces and commercial water heaters that use natural…

Now Is the Time

We Have a Window of Opportunity and We Need to Seize ItAfter four years of playing effective defense, the election of Joe Biden as the 46th president of the United States provides NRDC the opportunity to complement our robust international…

How to Stop a Highway

DispatchHoustonTim Vanderpool
Houston activists fuel a growing movement to increasingly center environmental justice in infrastructure and protect urban neighborhoods from endlessly expanding road projects.