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Commuting in New Hampshire and its Contribution to Global Warming

Transportation is the leading source of global warming emissions in New Hampshire and the trips that state residents make to and from work are a ma

Jan 26, 2006 Report
Commuting in Massachusetts and its Contribution to Global Warming

Transportation is the leading source of global warming emissions in Massachusetts and the trips that state residents make to and from work are a ma

Jan 26, 2006 Report
Commuting in Connecticut and its Contribution to Global Warming

Transportation is the leading source of global warming emissions in Connecticut and the trips that state residents make to and from work are a majo

Jan 26, 2006 Report
Controlling New Jersey's Runaway Energy Demand Through Energy Efficiency

Consumption of electricity and natural gas is projected to rise significantly in New Jersey in coming years, costing consumers money and resulting

Jan 26, 2006 Report
Commuting in Maine and its Contribution to Global Warming

Transportation is responsible for nearly one third of global warming emissions in Maine and the trips that state residents make to and from work ar

Jan 26, 2006 Report
The Benefits of Today's Advanced-Technology Vehicles for Washington

Despite tighter automobile emission standards over the past three decades, many states continue to face significant automobile-related air pollutio

Dec 26, 2005 Report

Air pollution, mercury-tainted fish, peeling lead, pesticides and other commonly used toxic chemicals threaten the health of Maryland’s children.

Dec 26, 2005 Report
Policy Options for Rhode Island to Reduce Global Warming Pollution from Cars and Light Trucks

Cars and light trucks produce 25 percent of Rhode Island’s global warming pollution.

Dec 26, 2005 Report
Impacts on Maryland and Strategies for Reducing Emissions

Seven coal-fired power plants in Maryland produce nearly one third of the state’s emissions of carbon dioxide, the most common global warming pollu

Dec 26, 2005 Report
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

Nov 26, 2005 Report

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