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Wrong way for the climate: 350,000 oppose rollback of Clean Cars Standards

Given the alarming ways our climate is changing, doesn't it make sense for automakers to focus on making cars that pollute far less, if at all?

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From electric buses to geothermal heating: 11 ways college campuses can help usher in a renewable energy future

America's colleges and universities are playing a huge role in helping the world transition to 100 percent renewable energy.

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News Release | Environment Georgia

Environment Georgia Makes Important Down Ballot Endorsements

In the lead up to Georgia’s November 6th general election Environment Georgia has endorsed Lindy Miller and Dawn Randolph in the two Public Service Commission seats on the ballot and is encouraging voters to support Amendment 1.  Jennette Gayer, Environment Georgia’s Director, issued the following statement.

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News Release | Environment America

Hurricane Michael coverage: Data, resources and interview opportunities

With Hurricane Michael expected to make landfall Wednesday in western Florida as a major, Category 3 hurricane, then continue through the Southeast, The Public Interest Network (which includes U.S. PIRG, Environment America, Environment Florida, Environment Georgia, Environment North Carolina and Environment Virginia, among other organizations) is sharing information to help your readers and viewers contextualize the major environmental, health and consumer concerns posed by Michael.

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At Global Climate Summit, 'Red States Rising' session shows climate action can shine anywhere

Local leaders are taking action to protect our climate, and not just in so-called "blue states." For Environment America’s second event at September's Global Climate Action Summit in California, we hosted state, business and local...

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