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News Release | Environment America

Environment America helps citizens take charge of energy use for Energy Efficiency Day

Environment America is releasing a new guide and interactive website to help Americans conserve energy and reduce wasted energy in their homes and businesses. Published on Energy Efficiency Day, with colder autumn and winter months looming, the energy-saving recommendations in Environment America’s guide can help us tackle our waste problem.

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Major opposition to forest service proposal to weaken conservation rule

Today, the U.S. Forest Service held the final public hearing on a proposal to exempt Alaska’s rustic Tongass National Forest from the 2001 Roadless Rule. A wide variety of environmental, taxpayer and other groups filled the hearing to urge the administration to withdraw its plan.

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Americans stand up for Clean Power Plan, healthier air, stable climate

Today, the Trump administration is holding its one and only public hearing on the proposed rollback of the Clean Power Plan, which would dismantle America’s only federal limits on carbon pollution from power plants. Environment America is joining citizens from around the country to oppose this dangerous proposal, and plans to deliver thousands of petition signatures in support of the Clean Power Plan by the end of the comment period on October 31, 2018.

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Americans to the Trump administration: We love clean cars

The public comment period on a proposed rollback of our Clean Car Standards is entering its final month, and the message coming out of hearings from coast to coast this week was unequivocal -- Americans love clean cars. Environment America and its state affiliates joined citizens, health professionals and elected officials in California, Michigan and Pennsylvania to push back against the Trump administration’s proposal.

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As Senate holds first hearing on PFAS, groups demand action to protect drinking water

In the wake of widespread contamination of drinking water, today Environment America and its allies are urging the federal government to take strong action, as the U.S. Senate holds its first-ever hearing on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, also known as PFAS.

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