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News Release | Environment America

Campaign launched to educate Americans about 100 percent renewable energy

Boston, MA – Environment America Research & Policy Center is deploying hundreds of door-knockers this summer in a major effort to educate Americans about the prospects for shifting to 100 percent clean, renewable energy.

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News Release | Environment America

Solar accounts for 30 percent of new energy in U.S. so far this year

A new analysis released today by SEIA/GTM Research shows that solar remains a growing part America’s energy mix so far in 2017, accounting for 30 percent of new energy capacity installed.

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News Release | Environment America

New Project Showcases People Embracing a Complete Transition to Clean Energy

Today, Environment America unveiled a project highlighting voices from across the country of those who believe powering our lives entirely with clean, renewable energy is both necessary and feasible.

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News Release | Environment America Research and Policy Center

New Report: Wilmington area ranked 2nd in the northeast for smog pollution

Despite decades of progress under the Clean Air Act, people across Delaware continue to breathe unhealthy air, leading to increased risk of premature death, asthma attacks and other adverse health impacts. According to a new report from Environment America Research & Policy Center, the Wilmington metropolitan area experienced the worst air pollution in Delaware, experiencing 97 days of elevated smog pollution and 212 days with unhealthy levels of soot.

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News Release | Environment America Research and Policy Center

72 cities had more than 100 unhealthy air days in 2015

Air pollution remains a major threat to our health, according to a new report from Environment America Research & Policy Center, Our Health at Risk: Why Are Millions of Americans Still Breathing Unhealthy Air? In 2015, people living in 72 different metropolitan areas across America experienced at least 100 days with unhealthy levels of soot pollution, increasing the risk of premature death, asthma attacks and other adverse health impacts.

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