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NRDC et al. v. County of Dickson et al.

Court CaseTennessee, DicksonClosed
In the 1960s, manufacturing companies in Tennessee dumped a toxic industrial solvent that causes cancer, as well as reproductive and neurological harm, into an unlined landfill. NRDC helped to hold the companies to account.

Why the World Must Commit to Protecting 30 Percent of the Planet (30x30)

Fact SheetUnited States, InternationalLauren Kubiak, Zak Smith, Lisa Speer, Brendan Guy, Jennifer Skene, Paul Todd
Nature is in crisis. A million species worldwide currently face extinction, many within decades, and human actions are causing ecosystems to crumble on land and on sea. We must take immediate actions to protect the natural world—and in doing so…

Review of State EV Plans Across India Amidst COVID-19

Expert BlogAnjali Jaiswal
Find out the latest on state EV polcies in India. Nearly all the state EV policies prioritize two and three-wheelers, public transportation, and job creation. However, the policies differ in terms of targets, supply side incentives, and demand side incentives.

Our Forests Aren't Fuel

OverviewInternational, United States, Virginia, North Carolina, East
When companies cut down and burn trees to make electricity, the result is increased climate-changing carbon dioxide emissions, devastated ecosystems, and displaced wildlife.

Reduce China’s Coal and Oil Use

Issue BriefChinaAlvin Lin, Barbara Finamore
NRDC is helping the country reduce its fossil fuel consumption, boost energy efficiency, and accelerate the shift to clean, renewable energy.

Coalition for Competitive Electricity v. Zibelman

Court CaseNew YorkClosed
In defending New York State’s authority to regulate utilities, NRDC is helping to preserve states’ ability to combat climate change and pollution from power plants.

New WHO Guideline Offers Hope in Curbing Antibiotics

Expert BlogDavid Wallinga, MD
In the battle to keep antibiotics working, the World Health Organization (WHO) came out with new recommendations today for farmers and the food industry: Stop using our most precious antibiotics routinely for promoting growth and preventing disease in healthy animals.