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We're cutting global warming pollution.

Together, we’ve made hard-won progress in the race to protect our children from the worst consequences of global warming. This past June, after more than 3 million Americans urged President Obama to act on climate, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed a rule to limit carbon pollution from power plants — the single largest sources of global warming pollution. We’ll keep tackling global warming with you at our side.

News Release | Environment America

As shareholders mull clean water resolution, new data shows Tyson one of nation's top water polluters

BOSTON, MA – As shareholders of Tyson Foods, Inc. prepare to vote on a resolution that would require the food giant to institute a “water stewardship” policy, new data show the company regularly dumps a higher volume of pollution into waterways than companies like ExxonMobil and Dow Chemical.

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Report | Environment America

America’s Next Top Polluter

Tyson Foods, Inc. is “one of the world’s largest producers of meat and poultry.” The company’s pollution footprint includes manure from its contract growers’ factory farm operations, fertilizer runoff from grain grown to feed the livestock it brings to market as meat, and waste from its processing plants.

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Blog Post

Spotlight on Cities With 100% Renewable Commitments | Rob Sargent

Last year, building on the success of cities already powered by 100 percent renewable energy, more cities made the commitment to get all of their energy from clean sources.

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News Release | Environment America

2 million+ petitions to Obama: no new drilling

WASHINGTON, DC – Standing with citizens on the frontline of offshore drilling fights --  from North Carolina’s barrier islands to the fragile Arctic -- Environment America and a dozen other green groups delivered more than 2 million petitions to President Obama this afternoon, urging him to drop his administration’s plans for new offshore drilling beginning next year.

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News Release | Environment America

Citizen groups to federal appeals court: hold Exxon accountable

NEW ORLEANS – ExxonMobil should face severe sanctions for releasing 10 million pounds of illegal, health-threatening air pollution into the densely populated communities around Baytown, Texas, attorneys for citizen-based environmental groups said today before a three-judge panel of the federal Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.

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