Less driving is possible
Residents of several states and cities have driven fewer miles on average in recent years than they did two decades ago. This decline suggests that Americans’ high levels of driving are not inevitable.
Buying LED bulbs: What to look for
Recording of Road to 100% Renewable Energy with Dr. Mark Jacobson
Who are the top toxic water polluters in your state?
Solar on Warehouses
Solar power is getting cheaper and more efficient all the time, and America should take advantage of untapped solar energy opportunities, including the billions of square feet of warehouse rooftops across the country.
The Biden administration has released $1 billion in funding for urban trees. Here’s why that matters.
City trees aren't just ornaments. This unprecedented investment in the nation's urban forests will pay major dividends.
Green Schools Guide
The best way to teach kids to value our planet is to take action to protect our environment ourselves, and to get them involved in doing so. To celebrate Earth Day this year, this toolkit offers parents, teachers, staff, and students ways that they can make their schools more eco-friendly.
Common questions and answers about heat pumps
Interested in getting a heat pump, but have questions? Check out our Q&A.
“Certified natural gas” is not a source of clean energy
The federal government should not help the fossil fuel industry by certifying methane gas “clean” or “environmentally friendly.” That would be greenwashing, and mislead the public.