Water contamination beyond big cities

By | John Rumpler
Senior Attorney

After Flint, Michigan’s water crisis gained national attention earlier this year, it was soon revealed that Flint was not alone -- cities across the country were facing lead contamination of their drinking water. While the spotlight has remained fixed on these big cities, the problem extends far beyond urban areas. Small -- often rural -- communities are also at risk from lead in their water.

Fracking: A community hazard

By | Michael Carter
Digital Campaigner, Stop Drilling Program

Many of fracking’s worst impacts — from air pollution and water contamination to health problems — are felt by nearby communities. That’s why municipalities across the country are taking a stand.

100% committed to a 100% renewable future

By | Ross Sherman
Digital Campaigner, Clean Energy

With every passing day, we find it more urgent and necessary than ever to transform our energy systems away from fossil fuels to clean, renewable sources. Burning oil, gas, and coal is not only polluting our air, water and land -- it’s changing our climate more rapidly than scientists predicted. In the United States, we already see the many devastating impacts of climate-related disasters - from the first American climate refugees in Louisiana to more frequent and severe wildfires in the West. This will only continue and worsen unless we take swift and decisive action.

Pro-Snow? Go 100 Percent Renewable.

By | Bronte Payne
Clean Energy Associate

We know we can have healthier communities right now and a livable future for kids growing up today. But to get there, we must transform the way we produce and consume energy. That’s got to start with a commitment to 100 percent clean, renewable energy.

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