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Nebraska, like my home state of Kansas, is landlocked. There are no beaches with washed up garbage and no sea turtles mistaking plastic bags for...

Apr 5, 2018 Blog Post

There is a better way. And if the auto industry’s short-sighted and ham-handed attack on tailpipe emissions standards helps the rest of us to visualize...

Apr 4, 2018 Blog Post
How Smart Local Policies Are Expanding Solar Power in America

Shining Cities 2018 ranks the largest U.S. cities by installed solar PV capacity and shows that effective public policies – more than the availability of...

Apr 4, 2018 Report

With more electric cars on the road, and many more coming soon, cities will face the challenge of where electric vehicles will charge, particularly in...

Mar 30, 2018 Blog Post

For the Clean Water Act to successfully protect our waterways, facilities must follow the law … and face accountability if they don’t. Our recent report,...

Mar 29, 2018 Blog Post

States on the Atlantic, which use one quarter of the nation's energy, need a big and accessible clean energy resource in order to get off...

Mar 23, 2018 Blog Post
The Enormous Energy Potential of Atlantic Offshore Wind

The Atlantic coast states are dependent on fossil fuels, which pollute our air, put our health at risk, and contribute to global warming. To achieve...

Mar 22, 2018 Report
Oregon Patients and Providers Need Better Information on the Cost of Health Care

Oregon consumers have a limited ability to learn the price of health care in advance of receiving treatment. When patients are asked to make decisions...

Mar 20, 2018 Report
Industrial Pollution Still Threatens American Waterways

America’s waterways provide us with drinking water, places to fish and swim, and critical habitat for wildlife – when they are clean and protected. Since...

Mar 15, 2018 Report

A Swedish power plant has a surprising source of energy: discarded clothing. The mental double-take we do at the idea of burning clothing for electricity...

Mar 14, 2018 Blog Post

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