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Decades after he first issued them, Edward Abbey’s calls for the defense of America’s wilderness still feel uncomfortably relevant. As much as Abbey's work emphasizes...

Jan 25, 2022 Blog Post

Superstores might be hard to miss, but they're hiding something on their roofs: huge potential for solar power. Building solar on America's 100,000 big box...

Jan 21, 2022 Blog Post
Big roofs, big potential for renewable energy

The wide open, flat, sunny roofs of malls and superstores are perfect locations for solar panels. The U.S. has over 100,000 big retail buildings,...

Jan 20, 2022 Report
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PFAS, or “forever chemicals,” are widely used in consumer products that make our lives easier. These products that contain PFAS offer consumers convenience – but...

Jan 19, 2022 Blog Post

California's proposed new policies would treat solar customers like contestants in a game of “pin the tail on the donkey” - creating so much uncertainty...

Jan 12, 2022 Blog Post

Cobalt supply shortages threaten to slow the progress towards a green energy future. Metals recycling can provide some relief, and, at the same time, teach...

Jan 11, 2022 Blog Post

Buy now, pay later apps give consumers the flexibility of paying for purchases in installments, but that convenience comes at a cost. Besides being unregulated...

Jan 4, 2022 Blog Post
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As the calendar flips to 2022, the challenges facing America have rarely felt as stark. And yet, the past year - Frontier Group’s 25th...

Jan 4, 2022 Blog Post

Is "Don't Look Up" the climate disaster story America needs to jolt us out of complacency? Or, by telling a familiar, Hollywood-friendly version of the...

Jan 3, 2022 Blog Post
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How PFAS put Marylanders’ health at risk, and what we can do about it

PFAS, or "forever chemicals," are used in non-stick pans, paper products, textiles, firefighting foam, electronics and other products. However, PFAS are dangerous for public health....

Dec 16, 2021 Report

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