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How Exelon's Bid to Acquire PSEG Could Raise Rates, Reduce Reliability, and Risk Public Safety

In December 2004, Chicago-based Exelon Corporation announced plans to acquire Public Service Enterprise Group (PSEG), the last remaining New Jersey-based energy company that hasn’t been...

Nov 22, 2005 Report
The Benefits of Today's Advanced Technology Vehicles for Oregon

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...

Nov 1, 2005 Report
How Low-Impact Development Can Reduce Runoff Pollution in Michigan

In the last decade, it has become increasingly clear that irresponsible land use must be controlled in order to restore and protect Michigan waterways and...

Oct 26, 2005 Report
How the Clean Cars Program Curbs Global Warming Pollution in Oregon

The transportation sector produces 38 percent of Oregon’s global warming pollution. Cars and Global Warming explains how Oregon could reduce global warming emissions from passenger...

Oct 26, 2005 Report
How the "Offsets" Loophole Undermines the Control of Global Warming Pollution from Power Plants

In 2005, Northeast states from Delaware to Maine worked on creating a regional system to limit global warming pollution from power plants, known as the...

Sep 26, 2005 Report
How States Can Lead America to a Clean, Sustainable Economy

At the dawn of the 21st century, America faces immense energy challenges, and enjoys boundless opportunities. To properly address these challenges, America must transform how...

Aug 26, 2005 Report
The Smart Way to Reduce Global Warming Pollution in the Northeast

In 2005, Northeast states from Delaware to Maine worked on developing a regional system to limit global warming pollution from power plants, known as the...

Aug 26, 2005 Report
A Sustainable, State-Based Response to Dwindling Oil Supplies

Rising oil prices are pinching the American economy. And, if many oil industry analysts are correct, prices won’t be coming back down any time soon....

Aug 26, 2005 Report
Global Warming Pollution from the Northeast's Dirtiest Power Producers

Most global warming pollution from electricity generation in the Northeast comes from a handful of power plants, owned by a small number of companies. More...

Jul 26, 2005 Report
The Benefit of Growing Greener Funding for Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania created the Growing Greener program to provide funding to protect farms, forests and open space from sprawling development. Stronger Economies, Stronger Communities: The Benefits...

May 26, 2005 Report

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