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Watered Down Justice: Communities of Color and the SDWA

Expert BlogKristi Pullen Fedinick
A new analysis provides a data-centered look at the relationship between social characteristics, like race and income, and drinking water violations, finding that drinking water protections under the Safe Drinking Water Act are not equally distributed across this nation. Communities…

Extension for Mountain Valley Pipeline is Not in the Public Interest

Press ReleaseVirginia, West Virginia
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has granted a four-year extension for construction of the Mountain Valley Pipeline through October of 2026. The project’s FERC certificate was set to expire in October.

FERC Moves to Get More Clean Energy on the Grid

Press ReleaseUnited States
WASHINGTON – The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) unanimously proposed new rules today that will help get more solar, wind and storage connected to electric grids nationwide.

EPA Moves Fast to Curb HFCs

Expert BlogChristina Theodoridi, Alex Hillbrand, David Doniger
The benefits of the new rule are huge, and it’s a significant step toward President Biden’s goal of cutting U.S. climate pollution by 50-52 percent by the end of this decade. But there’s plenty of work left to do.