News Release | Environment America

Environment America launches nationwide effort to protect Grand Canyon from toxic mining

Phoenix, Ariz. – As the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service approaches, Environment America announced a nationwide campaign calling on President Obama to stop new uranium mining by creating a new National Monument surrounding America’s most iconic national park: the Grand Canyon.

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Trucks and buses will be more efficient, less polluting

WASHINGTON, DC – Eighteen-wheelers, school and transit buses, and other large vehicles will be more efficient and less polluting, reducing carbon emissions by  1.1 billion metric tons and oil consumption by up to two billion barrels, according to a rule finalized today by the Obama administration.

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Sec. Clinton will 'sweat the details' for a clean environment

Last week Secretary Hillary Clinton became the first woman to accept the presidential nomination from a major political party. "We’ve said it before and we’ll keep saying until November 8: for the sake our planet and our families’ health, we’re with her," said Margie Alt, Environment America executive director.

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First offshore wind farm in U.S. to begin final construction phase

PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Surrounded by monstrous blades and tower sections on the docks of the Port of Providence, Governor Gina Raimondo was joined by local elected leaders and clean energy advocates today to celebrate the final stages of construction of the nation’s first offshore wind farm.

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RNC only confirms: choice for next President could not be clearer

Washington, DC – On the heels of a Republican National Convention at which protections for the environment and climate were alternately maligned and ignored, Environment America reiterated its endorsement of the presumptive Democratic nominee, Secretary Hillary Clinton, for President of the United States.

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