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The chicken crossed the road because that road divided its habitat into tiny fragments, threatening the chicken’s existence by giving it less livable land and therefore stacking the odds against its survival.

The new infrastructure bill would fund new habitat for pollinators — and help people and wildlife in the process.

How this federal legislation fights climate change by championing electric vehicles.

The infrastructure bill passed by Congress allocates real money to stop collisions between cars and wildlife, and that’s a very good thing.

Newly passed legislation spotlights the unsung heroes of renewable energy

On Oct. 26, Environment Georgia hosted a webinar in honor of National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week during which panelists spoke about the need to ensure safer school drinking water for our children.

More than 250 community leaders joined the movement to protect our oceans by signing up to become “Voices for Our Oceans.”

 | by
Jennifer Duenas
Clean Water Associate, Environment Georgia
 | by
Morgan Folger
Director, Destination: Zero Carbon

In order to address climate change, the shipping industry must dramatically reduce global warming emissions by electrifying their trucking fleets.

October 10-16 is National Wildlife Refuge Week! Environment America is marking the occasion with a digital week of action.