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The Benefits of Today's Advanced Technology Vehicles for Maine

Despite tighter automobile emission standards over the past three decades, many states continue to face significant automobile-related air pollution problems. Ready to Roll: The Benefits...

Mar 26, 2005 Report

The bulk of the electricity consumed in New Jersey is generated by coal-fired and nuclear power plants, which generate global warming pollution and radioactive waste....

Mar 26, 2005 Report
The Case for a Strong Cleanup Standard for Rocket Fuel in Drinking Water

Perchlorate, the primary ingredient in solid rocket fuel, contaminates much of California’s food and water supply. In an attempt to limit liability for causing the...

Jan 26, 2005 Report
The Benefits of Today's Advanced Technology Vehicles for Maine

Despite tighter automobile emission standards over the past three decades, many states continue to face significant automobile-related air pollution problems. <i>Ready to Roll: The Benefits...

Mar 1, 2005 Report
New England's Rising Global Warming Emissions and How to Reverse the Trend

In 2005, more than three years after New England’s governors adopted a landmark agreement to reduce the region’s contribution to global warming, emissions of carbon...

Feb 26, 2005 Report
How Low-Emission Vehicle Standards Can Cut Air Pollution in Maryland

Air pollution—including that from light-duty cars and trucks—poses a major public health threat in Maryland. Cleaner Cars, Cleaner Air presents the results of emissions modeling...

Mar 1, 2005 Report
Strategies to Promote Vibrant Communities

Transit-oriented development—mixed residential and commercial districts that allow residents to walk, drive or ride transit—can improve quality of life in urban areas and encourage more...

Jan 26, 2005 Report
How Residential Photovoltaic Incentives Can Pay Off for Homeowners and the Public

Developing clean, abundant solar power resources in California can benefit all those who live and work in the state—reducing air pollution, protecting consumers from volatile...

Dec 26, 2004 Report
Alternatives to Incineration

Maryland’s hospitals and health care facilities annually classify more than 35,000 tons of waste as regulated medical waste that must be sterilized before disposal. Incineration...

Dec 26, 2004 Report
Protecting Washington from Nuclear Waste at Hanford

The Hanford Nuclear Reservation in southeastern Washington is one of the most contaminated nuclear waste sites in the world. Containing the threat to public health...

Oct 26, 2004 Report

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