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Leaks from our nation's gas system are more common and hazardous than you might think. These leaks waste money, pollute the air, and, if exposed to a spark, could spell disaster. Frontier Group has produced...

It’s time for imagination – both in politics and our daily lives. And for renewed faith that a future free of fossil fuels can be one that isn’t just worth living, but delicious enough to...

Not only are there many winnable policies to reduce carbon pollution, many of them are low-hanging fruit that are achievable right now.

The price of taking transit in Denver is out of line with the city’s goals – especially when compared with the cost of driving.

Our democracy as it currently exists is far from perfect, but in 2018, states and cities across the country pushed forward with a number of policies intended to make our government more representative, our elections...

Building a zero-carbon transportation system isn’t as simple as picking enough options off of a policy “menu” to meet a particular emission reduction goal – rather, policies react with, complement or compete with one another...

Protecting our health from toxic threats requires stronger regulation along with development of less chemically intensive systems and safer substitutes for dangerous chemicals.

The environmental burden of transportation in the United States isn’t a vehicle problem, it’s a problem with our transportation system as a whole. Simply swapping out internal combustion engines for electric motors won’t be enough...

Frontier Group provides information and ideas to help citizens and decision-makers navigate these changes and steer America toward a more sustainable and vibrant society. Here’s a look back on some of what we accomplished in...

In 2018, the U.S. and world woke up to many of the problems created by trash, as well as new opportunities to eliminate it. In 2019, the stage is set for newly elected leaders to...

In the world of transportation in 2018, new technologies emerge overnight and spread across the country within months. But there is another side to transportation in 2018 – one in which change happens slowly, when...

This month, California updated its building codes to require to require all new homes to include solar panels starting in 2020. This got us wondering: What the effect be if every state in the nation...

Soon after the Trump administration took office in 2017, it launched an assault on our lands, oceans and vulnerable species. But if 2017 was the year the Trump administration put our treasured places in the...

A sea of corn or soybeans stretching across the horizon: this is the image of American farming ingrained in our collective imagination. Through advertisements and romantic odes to America’s heartland, we’ve been led to believe...

The last two years have seen a reversal of fortune for consumer protection, resulting in new risks for consumers shopping for products in the financial marketplace and on store shelves. But while consumers should expect...

To act on what may be the world’s last chance to prevent dangerous global warming, we need both to win “art of the possible” policies that can move the needle on carbon pollution immediately and...

Health care in the U.S. is incredibly expensive, and becomes more so every year. Thus it isn’t surprising that health care – especially the high cost of care – was a top concern for voters...

On Veterans Day, we often think of the enormous challenges faced by American servicemembers: the grueling physical tests of training and operations; the pain of time away from loved ones; and the risk of physical...

Hurricane Season unfolds on our TV screens each year like a hit drama. But what are the long-lasting impacts on the people and communities that experience the effects of extreme weather first-hand?

National elected leaders would have us believe Republicans and Democrats are from different planets, unable to communicate, much less agree on anything. Last weekend I canvassed for a local city council candidate and received a...

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