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We helped win the biggest step forward for clean water in a decade

Over half of the nation’s streams, which feed drinking water sources for one in three Americans, will regain federal protections under a final rule signed by the Obama administration. The measure restores Clean Water Act safeguards to small streams and headwaters that have been vulnerable to development and pollution for nearly 10 years. Environment America and allies gathered more than 800,000 comments and held more than half a million face-to-face conversations about the need to close the loophole in the Clean Water Act. Learn about our Clean Water for America campaign here. 

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Inspiring for clean water one paddle at a time | Russell Bassett

Margo Pellegrino, a solo-paddler currently in the midst of an epic journey in her outrigger canoe, is inspiration personified. Pellegrino is a paddler with a purpose. She’s raising awareness of watershed issues that impact our drinking water health, and way of life. Instead of doom and gloom, Margo’s message is one of hope — that the problems our waterways face can be fixed. 

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Unsure If You Should Go Solar? Read This.

It’s easy to get overwhelmed when you’re considering solar panels. Many folks confess they aren’t sure where to start. The first question to answer is whether you’re a good candidate. So here's a flow chart to help you. Check it out.

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News Release | Environment America

Obama administration says global warming pollution from airplanes is a problem

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Obama administration announced today that public health is harmed by carbon pollution from commercial airplanes, major sources of global warming emissions that have long gone unregulated in the United States.

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New video shows 12 strong voices for clean water

WASHINGTON, DC —After a Senate committee voted today to block protections for streams that feed drinking water supplies for 1 in 3 Americans, Environment America unveiled a new video as part of its $1.8 million effort to galvanize public support for the Clean Water Rule.

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EPA study understates dangers of fracking

WASHINGTON, DC -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s long-awaited fracking study understates the drilling technique’s impact on drinking water, Environment America said today. The study’s finding that fracking poses no widespread, systematic risks stands in stark contrast to a mounting body of scientific evidence demonstrating fracking’s threat to water resources and public health.

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