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Neither of these findings about the impacts of global warming and Americans' support for a cleaner environment are at all surprising. One hopes that these...

Feb 17, 2011 Blog Post
The Political Power of Agribusiness and the Fouling of America’s Waterways

The agribusiness lobby is well known as one of the most powerful in Washington, D.C., and many states. Less well known is the fact that...

Feb 16, 2011 Report

The rise of the highly efficient gasoline powered vehicle shows, yet again, that while whiz-bang new technologies are exciting – and will certainly be needed...

Feb 15, 2011 Blog Post
Businesses Can Replace Toxic Ingredients through Green Chemistry

The widespread use of toxic chemicals – in everything from industrial plants to baby bottles – is threatening our health and environment. But it doesn’t...

Feb 15, 2011 Report

I knew in my bones the moment I first heard about the recent winter weather-induced rolling blackouts in Texas that someone would use it as...

Feb 8, 2011 Blog Post

New data from the Maryland Department of the Environment show a remarkable drop in sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions from Maryland’s power plants, thanks...

Jan 25, 2011 Blog Post

On a per-commuter basis, congestion levels are lower than they were five years ago, or even a decade ago.

Jan 21, 2011 Blog Post
Setting the Record Straight on Transportation Funding

Highway advocates often claim that roads "pay for themselves" through gas taxes and other so-called "user fees." Do Roads Pay for Themselves? debunks this and...

Jan 16, 2011 Report

The climate is like the Apollo 13 spaceship – dangerously out of control and one false move from catastrophe. We don’t have the perfect tools...

Jan 13, 2011 Blog Post
The Threats Facing New Jersey's Coastal Treasures and What it Will Take to Address Them

New Jersey's treasured shore is at risk. Runoff from rampant development in shore counties is contributing to declining water quality that threatens the survival of...

Dec 16, 2010 Report

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