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We helped mobilize 800,000 Americans to stand up for clean water

Polluting industries have put our nation's waters in jeopardy by carving loopholes in the Clean Water Act, leaving 2 million miles of America's streams open to pollution. Environment America took our case to the Obama administration, urging the EPA to restore Clean Water Act protection to all of our waters. We helped mobilize more than 800,000 Americans, including more than 400 mayors and other local officials, to join our call for action. Learn about our Clean Water for America campaign here. 

News Release | Environment America

Environment America Launches Global Warming Solutions Summer Campaign

Washington, DC – As the Environmental Protection Agency prepares to finalize the Clean Power Plan, the first-ever federal limits on carbon pollution from power plants, Environment America, the federation of 29 state-based, citizen-funded environmental advocacy groups, has launched a major canvass program to educate the public about the urgent threat of climate change and identify and mobilize supporters.

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All quacked up for wetlands | Russell Bassett

Without wetlands, ducks would be, well, sitting ducks. All of North America’s duck and goose species depend on wetland habitats for breeding, rearing, and/or for resting and foraging along their migratory flyways.  Despite the many important reasons for protecting our remaining wetlands, in the last decade, wetlands have actually lost protection. 

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Seven most valuable festivals: if you love clean air, land, and water | Hillary Larson

This summer, hundreds of thousands of millennials – and others – will flock to music festivals across the country.

Festival attendees might not usually consider environmental impact when buying tickets, but some of them are making cool changes to go green this summer. We took a look at what these festivals are doing and ranked them by how environmentally-friendly they are. 

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Statement by Environment America's DC Office Director Anna Aurilio on new oil train regulations

On the heels of the Obama administration’s announcement to impose new regulations for oil trains traveling across the U.S., Environment America’s Washington, D.C. office director Anna Aurilio released a statement.

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News Release | Environment America

Public parks auction not far from reality sought in budget resolution

WASHINGTON, DC –A video released today features a live auction of the Grand Canyon, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and even the Statue of Liberty to private oil, gas and development interests. The stunt is remarkably close to the reality envisioned in Congress's new joint budget resolution, which advances the sale or giveaway of the nation's wildlife refuges, national forests, and other prized public landscapes.

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