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VICTORY: ATLANTIC COAST PROTECTED FROM OFFSHORE DRILLING

The Atlantic Coast won a major victory when the Obama administration abandoned its plans to open the southern Atlantic to offshore oil and gas drilling for the first time in decades. Leading up to the announcement, Environment America and colleagues presented Obama officials with letters signed by more than 1,000 East Coast businesses opposed to the drilling proposal.

Report | Environment America

Skating on Thin Ice

"When it comes to the future of winter sports, global warming has us skating on thin ice. There's still time to keep from sliding off the edge by going after the biggest sources of the carbon pollution fueling the problem." -- Julian Boggs, global warming program director, Environemnt America.

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News Release | Environment America

Progress on Solar Energy is Fueling Job Growth in States

The steady growth of solar energy across the country is leading to significant employment in almost every state, according to according to the national Solar Jobs Census released today by The Solar Foundation. 

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News Release | Environment America

EPA Releases Guidelines on the Use of Diesel Fuel in Fracking Fluid

Washington, D.C. – Today, as we learn more every day about the chemicals used in fracking that threaten our environment and health, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a long-awaited guidance for regulating the use of diesel fuel in fracking fluid under the Safe Drinking Water Act. 

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News Release | Environment America

Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline Should Flunk the Climate Test

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the State Department released an environmental impact statement on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, which would transport tar sands from Canada to the Gulf Coast.

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News Release | Environment America

Representative Henry Waxman to Retire

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Environment America Executive Director Margie Alt released the following statement on the retirement of Representative Henry Waxman:

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