Updated 2022 hurricane season coverage: Data, resources and interview opportunities
Shareholders tell General Mills to reduce plastic use
Statement: New bill could expedite projects that would pollute America
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Climate Week webinar: ‘Uniting States for 100% Renewable Energy’
Experts, state officials celebrated increased adoption of clean energy in states, discussed what’s next
Environmental advocates release consumer guide on products that protect global forests
2022 heat wave/energy efficiency coverage: data, resources and interview opportunities
Unprecedented heat has scorched many parts of the United States into September. According to the Washington Post, as of September 7, cities across the country had endured more than 7,000 new daily high temperature records this summer.
Statement: Baltimore advocacy groups call for improved water infrastructure in wake of boil-water advisory in West Baltimore
The Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) issued a Boil Water Advisory (BWA) for portions of West Baltimore, advising that drinking water is boiled before consumption.
California Legislature ends 2021-22 session by passing key bills to address climate change
California is lighting the way to a bright future powered by renewable energy, including wind, solar, and battery storage. We know we will see even hotter heat waves, more severe droughts, and fiercer wildfires if we don’t act on climate. The Legislature took significant steps today to change that trajectory for the better.
Statement: California State Senate passes legislation to limit bee-killing pesticides
"By passing this legislation, California reaffirms itself as an environmental leader and demonstrates that we are taking the necessary steps to protect our pollinators."
Circuit Court rules against ExxonMobil a third time, upholds record Clean Air Act penalty
Environmental groups demand Exxon finally accept responsibility for violations after 13 years of litigation
Coalition delivers more than 122,000 comments urging logging protection for older forests, trees
Ohio elected officials sign national letter urging Walmart to install rooftop solar
Citing reliability for overloaded grids, need for local clean energy, elected officials encourage retail giant to go solar
Statement: EPA targets two toxic PFAS chemicals under Superfund law
WASHINGTON – In a move that could help protect drinking water from toxic contamination, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced on Friday a proposal to target two new PFAS chemicals — PFOA and PFOS — as hazardous substances under the Comprehensive Emergency Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA). The designation would allow EPA to make polluters pay for the costs of clean up.