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Toxic Pollution from Cars and Trucks in Maryland

Despite modest improvements in Maryland’s air quality over the last several decades, the cancer risk from air toxics is still 40 times higher for M

Dec 20, 2006 Report
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies for a Cleaner, More Secure Energy Future

America doesn’t have to wait for revolutionary new technologies to get serious about addressing our nation’s energy crisis.

Oct 26, 2006 Report
Energy Efficient Homes Save Money and Reduce Global Warming

Residential heating is responsible for 17 percent of Vermont’s global warming pollution.

Oct 26, 2006 Report
Policy Options to Reduce New Jersey's Contribution to Global Warming

Global warming poses a serious threat to New Jersey’s future.

Sep 26, 2006 Report
Threats Facing Seven of Maryland's Most Special Places

The failure to fund Maryland’s successful land conservation programs over the last few years has scaled back preservation efforts and threatened th

Sep 26, 2006 Report
The Benefits of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy for Cutting America's Use of Fossil Fuels

America faces an energy crisis. Oil and natural gas supplies are increasingly uncertain and prices for both fuels have set records recently.

Sep 26, 2006 Report
Policy Options to Reduce Maryland's Global Warming Pollution from Cars and Light Trucks

Cars and light trucks produce roughly 25 percent of Maryland’s global warming pollution.

Sep 15, 2006 Report
California Companies Save Money by Reducing Global Warming Pollution

Pioneering businesses across California are beginning to do their share to cut global warming pollution.

Aug 26, 2006 Report
The Consequences of Expanding America's Dependence on Coal

As of June 2006, energy companies are proposing to build 150 new coal-fired plants across America, investing up to $137 billion.

Jul 26, 2006 Report
Six Steps to Cut Global Warming Pollution in the United States

Global warming is real and is happening now.

Jul 26, 2006 Report

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