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News Release | Environment America

Senate bill requires states and utilities to increase renewable power

A new bill filed today by Sens. Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich of New Mexico, Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island, Angus King of Maine, and Tina Smith of Minnesota will put the United States on track for at least 50 percent renewable electricity nationwide by 2035. 

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“You’ll leave full of hope”: My tour of the National Renewable Energy Lab | Graham Marema

A couple weeks ago, my coworker Jeanne invited me to join a tour of the National Renewable Energy Lab in Golden, Colo. “Trust me, you want to tag along,” Jeanne said. “You’ll leave full of hope.”

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News Release | Environment America

Statement: New York commits to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050

The New York Legislature has passed the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, putting the Empire State on a path to carbon-neutrality by 2050.

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News Release | Environment America

Trump administration’s rollback of the Clean Car Standards drives America in reverse

The Energy & Commerce Committee, as well as the Consumer Protection & Commerce and Environment & Climate Change Subcommittees held a joint hearing today to examine the Trump administration’s efforts to roll back the Clean Car Standards, and oil companies’ potential involvement. The Clean Car Standards were set to double fuel economy, and would have cut global warming pollution in half for cars sold in 2025

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News Release | Environment America

House Natural Resources Committee advances key measures to protect oceans and coasts and fund Land and Water Conservation Fund

Our gratitude goes out to the committee for backing a bill that protects both America’s East and West Coasts by banning oil drilling in the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf planning area and the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf planning area. 

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