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More Wind, Less Warming

Power plants are the biggest source of carbon dioxide emissions in the United States. By implementing policies that increase the production of wind energy, both on- and offshore, America can help put the nation – and the world – on a course to prevent the worst impacts of global warming.

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Clean air groups deliver eight millionth comment supporting cleaning up power plants

Washington, DC -- As the public comment period on the Clean Power Plan came to a close today, Environment America, representing national groups supporting climate action, hand delivered the “8 millionth” comment supporting Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards to reduce carbon pollution from power plants. Since early 2012, an array of public health, faith, and environmental groups, have collected approximately 8 million comments from among the majority of Americans who support clean energy and carbon pollution limits for power plants. 

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U.S. EPA takes step forward to help Americans breathe easier

Washington, DC—Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed new limits on ambient levels of ozone, the pollutant that can trigger headaches, nausea, asthma attacks and in the worst cases, premature death. “No one should have to worry that the air they breathe will make them sick, but that’s been the case for far too long for millions of Americans," said Environment America's Anna Aurilio, praising the EPA move.

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Report: 10 percent solar for U.S. in reach

Boston, MA–Solar power is growing so fast across the country that goals once considered ambitious are now seen as readily achievable, according to a new report by Environment America Research & Policy Center.

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U.S.-China climate agreement critical step on path to Paris

“The path to Paris should be paved with concrete actions to cut emissions and invest in clean energy, and last night the world's two largest global warming polluters pledged just that.” – Margie Alt, Environment America

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