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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.

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

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

Most global warming pollution from electricity generation in the

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.

May 26, 2005 Report
Policy Options to Reduce Washington's Global Warming Pollution from Cars and Light Trucks

Cars and light trucks produce approximately 20 percent of Washington’s global warming pollution.

Mar 26, 2005 Report
The Clean Energy Path to Jobs and Economic Growth

Investing in a clean, renewable energy supply for Arizona would generate thousands of new high-paying jobs, boost Arizona’s economy, conserve scarc

Apr 26, 2005 Report
California's Opportunity to Create a Thriving, Self-Sustaining Residential Solar Market

Given its abundant sunshine, California has tremendous solar power potential.

Apr 26, 2005 Report
Key Steps to Reduce Emissions from Electricity Generation and Transportation

Global Warming Pollution in New Jersey provides an inventory of carbon dioxide emissions in New Jersey.

Apr 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 pollutio

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

Mar 26, 2005 Report