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Colorado 2030: Committing to Equitable Climate Action

ReportColoradoAriana Gonzalez, Arjun Krishnaswami, Noah Long
Analysis from NRDC and our partners outlines effective and equitable actions Colorado can take to achieve the state’s greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.

A DOE Budget for a Dirty Energy Future

Expert BlogArjun Krishnaswami
President Trump today once again proposed to slash the budget for clean energy innovation at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), eliminate several highly successful programs, and cancel funds that Congress gave the agency in prior years.The dangerous proposals for…

Get the Lead Out of Drinking Water in Schools: Model Law

Expert BlogJoan Leary Matthews
Lead in drinking water in schools has been in the news over the years, with particular concerns in New York City and Washington, D.C., among other cities. But ever since the recent crisis of lead in drinking water exploded in…

50% Renewable Energy Would Create Jobs, Investment in NM

Expert BlogNoah Long, Arjun Krishnaswami
New analysis finds that a 50 percent renewable energy standard in New Mexico could create up to 8,830 new jobs in the state's clean energy economy and stimulate over $4.6 billion of new investment in 2030. It would also cut…

Clean Energy Sweeps Across Rural America

ReportUnited StatesArjun Krishnaswami, Elisheva Mittelman
Clean energy deployment has expanded rapidly over the past decade, and the analysis in this report demonstrates that this growth has created jobs, supported infrastructure development, and provided new opportunities to build thriving economies throughout the rural Midwest.

Filling the Blanks of an Empty Clean Energy Budget Proposal

Expert BlogElizabeth Noll, Arjun Krishnaswami
The Trump administration rolled out its Fiscal Year 2019 budget for the U.S. Department of Energy this week. As feared, it proposed disastrous cuts with very few details and was devoid of new ideas for clean energy and energy efficiency…

States Are Vulnerable to Ocean Acidification

Fact SheetUnited States, Connecticut, Florida, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Rhode Island, Virginia, WashingtonDr. Lisa Suatoni

The Prevention and Control of Shipping and Port Emissions in China

ReportChinaBarbara Finamore
China is home to seven of the world's ten busiest container ports. About 26 percent of the world's containers pass through the top ten Chinese ports every year. Every ship and truck brings pollution along with its cargo, and China…