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The Latest Case for Making Products Safe from the Start

Furnishings containing formaldehyde – a toxic chemical linked with allergies, asthma and cancer – can contaminate indoor air. Babies and young children are particularly vulnerable...

May 26, 2008 Report
Solar Thermal Power and the Fight Against Global Warming

America needs to dramatically ramp up its production of clean, renewable energy to address global warming. Solar thermal power plants – those that harvest the...

May 8, 2008 Report
Opportunities to Save Money, Reduce Pollution, and Expand the Economy in Iowa

Energy efficiency measures offer a cost-effective and simple opportunity to solve Iowa’s biggest energy challenges. The Power of Efficiency shows that by reducing demand for...

Apr 26, 2008 Report
Opportunities to Save Money, Reduce Pollution, and Expand the Economy in Wisconsin

Energy efficiency measures offer a cost-effective and simple opportunity to solve Wisconsin’s biggest energy challenges. The Power of Efficiency shows that by reducing demand for...

Apr 26, 2008 Report
Opportunities to Save Money, Reduce Pollution, and Expand the Economy in Illinois'

Energy efficiency measures offer a cost-effective and simple opportunity to solve Illinois’ biggest energy challenges. The Power of Efficiency shows that by reducing demand for...

Apr 26, 2008 Report
Seven Strategies to Reduce Global Warming Pollution from Transportation

Transportation is California’s largest source of global warming pollution and any strategies to achieve the state’s aggressive emission reduction targets must reduce pollution from cars...

Apr 26, 2008 Report
New England Must Act Now to Reduce Global Warming Pollution

Recognizing the danger presented by global warming, in 2001 the New England governors and Eastern Canadian premiers adopted a landmark commitment to reduce the region’s...

Mar 26, 2008 Report
Meeting America's Transportation Needs with Modern Public Transit

Public transportation in America saves vast amounts of oil, reduces highway congestion, curbs emissions of global warming pollutants, and provides a host of other benefits....

Mar 26, 2008 Report
Solar Thermal Power and the Fight Against Global Warming

Preventing catastrophic global warming will require the United States to shift away from highly polluting sources of power and toward clean, renewable energy. On the...

Mar 26, 2008 Report
Failures in Limiting Development Along the Chesapeake and Coastal Bays

Pollution from a variety of sources, coupled with the rampant destruction of coastal wetlands, has degraded water quality in the Chesapeake Bay, harming wildlife and...

Feb 26, 2008 Report

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