Every day, millions of Americans breathe polluted air. The San Diego Union-Tribune reports on our analysis in Trouble in the Air.
Air quality in southern California is some of the worst in the U.S. The Los Angeles Daily News reports on our analysis in Trouble in the Air.
In parts of the country, the drop in transportation-related emissions due to the stay-at-home orders of 2020 didn't put an end to air quality issues. The Las Vegas Sun looks at our report Trouble in the Air and examines what that meant for Nevada.
The US has the capacity now to build an energy system around renewable resources. Electrek takes a look at our We Have the Power report.
Consumer complaints about digital wallets have skyrocketed as more people have turned to apps to manage their finances. Forbes explored our latest research, and the impact for consumers.
Utility companies are trying to undermine rooftop solar by making it more expensive. Our recent report Blocking Rooftop Solar cited in Popular Science.
The Seattle Times reports on our New Life for the Ocean report, describing how marine protection areas can play a critical role in safeguarding vulnerable ocean ecosystems.
Tony Dutzik joined John Stout of U.S. PIRG to write a Business Insider op-ed on why it's so important that Pete Buttigieg's controversial by-the-mile driving tax proposal "has helped to spark a new conversation."
CBS This Morning interviewed Ed Mierzwinski of U.S. PIRG about our joint research into CFPB consumer complaints regarding digital wallets and payment apps.
Tony Dutzik spoke with the New York Times about the commuter tax benefit -- a program that is designed to encourage transit use, yet is far from a perfect solution.
New England has the offshore wind resources to supply its electricity needs many times over. Yahoo News reports on our latest research and describes how offshore wind plans for the region may be about to take off.
InvestigateTV looks into whether U.S. consumers should prepare for a wave of repossessions to sweep the country now that moratoriums are expiring, referencing our recent finding on record auto debt at the beginning of the pandemic.
The New York Times cites our study with U.S. PIRG Education Fund on staff shortages at nursing homes in its report on the heavy burdens faced by the nation's healthcare workers.
Bloomberg Citylab took a deep dive into Highway Boondoggles 6, and the wasteful highway projects that continued to move forward "in a coronavirus-challenged year."
Marketplace cited our study on PPE shortages at nursing homes in describing the COVID-19 vaccine rollout.
The Miami Herald cited our "Trash in America" report its powerful piece about waste in the time of COVID.
Some of the nation's top states for renewable energy may surprise you: Forbes reports on the findings of Renewables on the Rise 2020.
Reuters described rising consumer complaints about financial products and the CFPB's response, citing our research with U.S. PIRG.
Hurricane Laura is currently causing widespread damage in Louisiana. Frontier Group has produced a variety of resources on hurricane impacts available to those tracking the storm.
Read Safe for Swimming?, our new report on water quality at America's beaches.
Safe for Swimming? reviews sampling data from beaches in 29 coastal and Great Lakes states and Puerto Rico, finding that all too often our beaches have risky levels of pollution -- and suggests tools for communities and policymakers to make beaches safe, now and for the future.
The Associated Press described sources of beach pollution in New Jersey in its coverage of our report, Safe for Swimming?.
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Frontier Group worked with the U.S. PIRG Education Fund on a new report finding that, as the COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc on the financial situations of millions of Americans, consumer complaints to the CFPB have spiked to record levels.
Senior policy analyst Tony Dutzik spoke with Streetsblog USA about how to restore balance to a transportation funding system in which drivers pick up less and less of the cost of the roads they use.
Policy analyst R.J. Cross spoke to Streetsblog USA about how the auto industry's loose lending standards promote more driving and more debt, and help perpetuate auto-dependence throughout our transportation system.
As Congress debates a new auto bailout, analyst Gideon Weissman explained in Marketwatch how U.S. automakers failed to live up to their environmental and economic promises following the last bailout, and the lessons for this time around.
Senior Policy Analyst Tony Dutzik moderated a panel on state-level climate policy at the National Shared Mobility Summit.
Gas taxes, tolls and other fees don't come close to covering the cost of roads. Senior policy anlyst Tony Dutzik spoke with Streetsblog to discuss how the U.S. subsidizes car dependence - and why that creates big costs for everyone.
Senior policy analyst Tony Dutzik helped The New York Times answer a question: What would happen if everybody in the United States cut back on driving?
In its coverage of Safe for Swimming?, our new report on beach water quality, the Boston Globe describes infrastructure improvements that Massachusetts can make to reduce sewer and stormwater pollution, and to keep beaches safe.
What is the true value of solar? An op-ed in Greentech Media discusses our new report, which makes the case that policymakers should account for the full value of solar energy, including societal benefits to the environment and public health.
How can communities build a successful composting program to reduce waste and curb emissions? Waste360 described recommendations from Frontier Group's June report, Composting in America.
Policy Analyst R.J. Cross spoke to the Christian Science Monitor about how America's deepening auto debt is connected to public policies that encourage car dependence.
For the release of Ready to Charge, a San Diego Tribune reporter took a ride in an EV to discuss the obstacles to EV charging.
Analyst R.J. Cross spoke to Marketplace about the dangers of rising auto debt for consumers and the link to America's car-dependent transportation system.
Analyst R.J. Cross commented on Maine's transparency website for the Washington Time's analysis of the transparency legacy of outgoing Governor Paul LePage.
Our work with U.S. PIRG on Highway Boondoggles was highlighted by TransitCenter's Steven Higadishe in his opinion piece for The Hill, which links transportation and climate change.
In December 2018, Frontier Group and Environment America hosted a webinar with RGGI, Inc. Chairman Ben Grumbles to release From Pollution to Solutions, a discussion of how to maximize clean energy progress from state carbon-pricing investments.
Senior policy analyst Tony Dutzik published an essay on the future of Boston's transportation system for WBUR's Cognoscenti.
The New York Times used coal ash data aggregated by Frontier Group in its overview of toxic threats in the path of Hurricane Florence.
Frontier Group produced and aggregated resources on toxic and risky sites in the paths of Hurricanes Florence and Michael that may be useful to the public, the media and policy-makers.
In a CNN opinion piece, policy analyst Alana Miller described the threat of oil and gas drilling to one of America's iconic natural areas: Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado.
Senior Policy Analyst Tony Dutzik moderated a panel at the Shared Mobility Summit on the role of shared mobility in moving the nation toward carbon-free transportation.
How can America meet its 21st century infrastructure needs? CNN published an op-ed by Tony Dutzik explaining where to start.
Frontier Group hosted a webinar for the release of our report on the role of energy storage in repowering the country with clean energy.
Frontier Group produced a series of factsheets detailing hazardous waste and other pollution threats resulting from hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.
CNBC created five charts highlighting data from our report on financial complaints by older consumers.