News Releases

News Release | Environment America Research & Policy Center

Report: transportation without carbon pollution is necessary and achievable

Washington, DC —From electric vehicles, to carsharing, to smartphone apps to plan travel, a variety of new tools can help make transportation systems in our cities carbon-free, a new report said today.

News Release | Environment America

Praise for U.S - Nordic agreement on climate, the Arctic

Washington, DC – Today the U.S. joined Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden in a robust collaboration to protect the fragile Arctic region and implement the Paris Agreement; reinforcing commitments to curb methane emissions, cut aviation pollution, and deploy clean energy projects, among other measures.

News Release | Environment America Research & Policy Center

How 10 years of fracking has harmed our water, land and climate

Boston, MA–In a single year, fracking wells across the country released at least 5.3 billion pounds of the potent greenhouse gas methane, as much global warming pollution as 22 coal-fired power plants. The stat is one of many in a new study that quantifies the environmental harm caused by more 137,000 fracking wells permitted since 2005.
 

News Release | Environment America

Survey: shoppers want food grown in ways that don't pollute the water

Washington, D.C.– Seventy-nine percent of supermarket shoppers surveyed across the country want food grown in ways that don’t cause water pollution, according to a new Environment America survey.

News Release | Environment America Research & Policy Center

From California to New Jersey, cities help lead nation’s solar boom

Boston, MA -- Sixty-four major American cities are now home to almost as much solar capacity as the entire country had installed at the end of 2010, according to a new analysis that ranks America’s major cities for their solar power.

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