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VICTORY: MAINE NORTH WOODS PROTECTED

President Obama officially designated the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument -- protecting 87,500 acres of wilderness area and forest in Maine, home to moose, bear, migratory songbirds and more. The area also holds tremendous cultural, historical and ecological significance, in addition to myriad recreational opportunities for visitors. The new national monument sits east of Mount Katahdin, the most prominent mountain in the region. READ MORE.

News Release | Environment America

U.S. House slashes environmental funding, blocks air & water protections

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Having rejected multiple amendments to strike its most damaging provisions, today the U.S. House adopted its controversial spending bill, H.R. 5538, which cuts funding for the U.S. Department of the Interior, the Environmental Protection Agency and related agencies by $64 million from current levels.

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News Release | Environment America

Safety regulations issued, but the only 'safe' form of drilling for the Arctic and the climate is none at all

WASHINGTON, DC -- Today the Obama administration announced final drilling safety and spill prevention rules for future oil and gas development in the Arctic Ocean.

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News Release | Environment America

Over half a million call for Greater Grand Canyon Heritage National Monument

WASHINGTON,D.C.-- Today groups announced the delivery of more than 550,000 petition signatures and comments urging President Obama to designate the proposed Greater Grand Canyon Heritage National Monument.

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Apple Plans to Take Another Bite Out of Dirty Energy | Rob Sargent

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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How can we get solar to more Americans? | Ross Sherman

We know that in order to succeed, the clean energy revolution must include everyone, regardless of economic situation. And while solar is now cheaper than ever, lower income households still face significant barriers to accessing clean energy.

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