Environment America Blog

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Mary Katherine Moore
Creative Associate

On Oct. 7, Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order that made California the first state in the nation to commit to a ‘30 by ‘30’ goal — a pledge to conserve 30 percent of the state’s land and waters by 2030.

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Ian Corbet
Conservation America Campaign, Associate

Two-thirds of Procter & Gamble shareholders defied the company’s directive and demanded more from Charmin, Bounty and Puffs. 

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Brynn Furey
Energy Conservation & Efficiency, Associate

How to continue doing your part after Energy Efficiency Day

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Laura Miller
Clean Water, Advocate

The Clean Water Act declared a bold vision in 1972: clean water across America. Yet 48 years later, there is still much work left to do. We must strengthen clean water protections, not roll them back.

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Johanna Neumann
Senior Director, Campaign for 100% Renewable Energy

In August, we received our first holiday card of 2020. It came from our brilliant and goofy friends who took pictures of themselves, their kids and their dog wearing elf hats in their summer garden cheerfully wishing this abysmal year would end already.

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Dan Jacobson
State Director

The move — an action called for by our Destination: Zero Carbon campaign — attacks the source of half of the Golden State’s global warming pollution.

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Mary Katherine Moore
Creative Associate

The Great Lake State sets a goal for itself and an example for its neighbors: achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. 

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Brynn Furey
Energy Conservation & Efficiency, Associate

A proposed loophole will allow manufacturers to bypass current water efficiency standards

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Jenna Stevens
State Director

If you’ve ever been through a hurricane in Florida or in certain parts of the U.S. Gulf Coast, it’s possible that mangroves were the guardian angel you didn’t know you had.

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Morgan Folger
Director, Clean Car Communities

Road tripping in an electric car can bring you to amazing natural wonders without fueling climate change.