Our country’s reliance on fossil fuels is leaving millions of Americans with polluted air to breathe.
The Latest on Clean air
Statement: Energy bill would wreak havoc on lands, waters and taxpayers
EPA, DOT to increase accountability, safety in wake of Ohio chemical train derailment
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
Urge EPA Administrator Michael Regan to tighten clean air rules
Recording of Road to 100% Renewable Energy with Dr. Mark Jacobson
The Biden administration has released $1 billion in funding for urban trees. Here’s why that matters.
Green schools guide
How federal tax credits can help you reduce energy waste in your home
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.
Chemical train derailment highlights need for stronger safety rules to protect the environment
Residents on the Ohio-Pennsylvania border are returning to their homes this week following their evacuations over looming explosion fears after a train carrying 20 cars of hazardous materials derailed.
You have the power: how to electrify your home with new tax credits
Hundreds turned out for a workshop to learn how to take advantage of new tax credits to get a heat pump, go solar, buy an electric vehicles, weatherize their home and more.
Statement: Thousands of lives at stake in new soot proposal
A strong soot rule would deliver cleaner air.
Statement: US Postal Service’s electric vehicle purchases will help deliver a cleaner future
USPS to announce a significant increase in electric vehicle purchases