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Making Good on California's Clean Transportation Promises

Expert BlogCalifornia, United StatesCarter Rubin, Zak Accuardi

Environment, health, and justice groups are looking for the Governor and Legislature to ensure California's transportation investments match its lofty climate goals.

Climate Law a Game-Changer for Clean Energy in Rural America

Expert BlogJeffrey McManus
In rural communities across America, the Inflation Reduction Act will be a game-changer in accelerating the transition away from fossil fuels to a clean energy economy that will lower utility bills for families, support good-paying clean energy jobs, and tackle…

IPCC: Climate Harms Are Already Costing Us, But There’s Hope

Expert BlogUnited States, InternationalDr. Vijay Limaye

Without rapid, transformative action to wean ourselves off of fossil fuels, our hotter world will become increasingly dangerous, costly, and unpredictable—and widen health and economic disparities.

Ending Offshore Drilling Is Key for Ocean and Climate

Expert BlogUnited StatesLauren Kubiak, Valerie Cleland

The Biden administration has taken huge strides in acting on climate and should now move forward to take one of the most important actions to protect the ocean and those who depend on it, and to combat the climate crisis…

Rule to Speed Oil Drilling in National Forests Released

Expert BlogJosh Axelrod, Samuel Eisenberg
The Trump administration unveiled a rule that will make it easier to drill for oil and gas in national forests. At a time when communities are suffering from dirty air and the dangers of a warming planet, we cannot afford…

LED Lighting Could Save Developing Countries $40 Billion/yr.

Expert BlogNoah Horowitz
Developing and emerging economies could save $40 billion worth of electricity and prevent 320 million metric tonnes of carbon pollution annually simply by transitioning to LED lighting, according to estimates from United Nation’s Environment. Today speakers at a side event…

Environmental Advocacy Is a First Amendment Right

ExplainerUnited StatesBrian Palmer
Industrial polluters have gone to great lengths to stifle environmental advocacy, but their expansion of censorship laws has finally crossed a line for some federal judges.