“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.
Products without plastic: Innovating for a packaging-free future
Recording: Solar on highways and parking lots webinar
The Whole Foods Plastic Problem
Get the Lead Out Toolkit
A toolkit to help families, teachers and school officials get the facts on lead and take action to ensure safe drinking water at school
Renewables On The Rise Dashboard
America now gets more than three times as much power from the wind, the sun and the earth as we did in 2012, with all 50 states now seeing clean energy growth.
How you can electrify your home
In our recent webinar experts and homeowners talked about the benefits of electrification for cooking, home heating and cooling and more. Watch clips and read some of the practical tips and advice they shared about how to electrify your home.
Wasting our Waterways
Polluters poured nearly 200 million pounds of toxic substances into U.S. waterways in 2020. We must strengthen Clean Water Act protections and reduce toxics use.
Environment America Research & Policy Center comments on New York’s proposed stretch energy code
Requiring new buildings to be all-electric with rooftop solar and energy storage will help the state reach its clean energy goals.