Greener Together

The following poem was submitted to the Greener Together Writing Contest, May 2020.  Thank you to all who participated and we hope you enjoy this winning submission from the 18+ poetry category: Write a poem about your most treasured place outside.

The following essay was submitted to the Greener Together Writing Contest, May 2020.  Thank you to all who participated and we hope you enjoy this winning submission from the 18+ essay category: How does nature inspire you?

The following poem was submitted to the Greener Together Writing Contest, May 2020.  Thank you to all who participated and we hope you enjoy this winning submission from the under 18 poetry category: What’s your favorite animal? Write a poem from its perspective.

Thank you to everyone who participated in the Greener Together writing contest! We are pleased to announce the winners.

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Emma Searson
Director, 100% Renewable Campaign

In this week's roundup of good news for the planet, catch up on solar leadership in U.S. cities, progress for the American sage grouse and endangered Hainan gibbons, and more.

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Kristine Oblock
Clean Water Network Coordinator

New Trump rule increases risk for the West’s depleted water supply

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Emma Searson
Director, 100% Renewable Campaign

This week's roundup of good news for the environment features wins for clean water and climate in New York, renewable wind energy in North Carolina, and electric vehicles in Colorado. 

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Bronte Payne
Director, Go Solar Campaign

Tips for making small and large equipment in your home more energy efficient

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Bridget Sanderson
State Director, Environment Missouri

Cities across the country, looking to meet climate goals, reduce air pollution and alleviate congestion, are trying to find ways increase public transportation ridership. One idea many are exploring: ditching fares. Kansas City, Mo., is the first to do so. Here's how it's going so far.

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Emma Searson
Director, 100% Renewable Campaign

This weekly newsletter highlights recent good news on the environmental front. In this week's edition: good news for clean water, public lands, electric vehicles and more.