Our country’s reliance on fossil fuels is leaving millions of Americans with polluted air to breathe.
The Latest on Clean air
STATEMENT: California Senate passes Orphan Well Prevention Act
Statement: Gov. Newsom prioritizes January’s budgeted climate funding despite steeper deficit
It’s time for power plants to clean up their act
Electric buses may be coming to a city near you
Ending mercury pollution should be a no-brainer
What You Can Do
Tell Gov. Newsom: Support corporate climate accountability and transparency
Tell Gov. Newsom: Reauthorize clean transportation funds
Tell your legislators: Support climate accountability for corporations
Recording of Road to 100% Renewable Energy with Dr. Mark Jacobson
Over 50 groups call on Gov. Newsom to cut fossil fuel subsidies
The Biden administration has released $1 billion in funding for urban trees. Here’s why that matters.
Green schools guide
Hundreds of thousands call on the EPA to slash soot pollution
Advocates with Environment America, PennEnvironment and U.S. PIRG joined other health and environmental groups to deliver more than 500,000 public comments to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) headquarters Tuesday in support of stronger limits on soot pollution.
Statement: Assembly natural resources committee passes legislation to prevent orphan oil wells in California
The Orphan Well Prevention Act would protect Californians from health risks and financial liability associated with orphan wells
Statement: Energy bill would wreak havoc on lands, waters and taxpayers
WASHINGTON – The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote this week on H.R. 1, a major energy package focused on fossil fuels.
Testimony: California should restore funding for zero emission vehicle and clean energy programs
Clean energy advocate Steven King testified in the Assembly Budget Subcommittee on the Climate Crisis, Resources, Energy, and Transportation about restoring funding for critical clean energy and zero emission vehicle programs. Read his public comment below:
EPA, DOT to increase accountability, safety in wake of Ohio chemical train derailment
Federal government requiring Norfolk Southern to pay for cleanup; new rail safety rules coming