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Electric Buildings: Repowering homes and businesses for our health and environment

Burning fossil fuels in buildings damages our health and the environment. By running our buildings on electricity, we can reduce carbon emissions, our dependence on gas and our overall energy use while improving public health.

(April 2021)
Transform Transportation: Strategies for a Healthier Future

America’s transportation system is wrecking our health and the environment. To address the damage it causes, we need to completely transform the way we get around. This means ending our reliance on fossil fuel-powered cars and giving Americans new freedom to travel in ways that are clean, convenient and beneficial to our health and our communities. Transform Transportation describes steps we can take right now, using proven policies and existing technology, that can help us to do that.

(March 2021)
Offshore Wind for America: The promise and potential of clean energy off our coasts

The United States currently relies heavily on fossil fuels to heat our homes, fuel our cars, power our machines and produce electricity, harming our health and our climate. But the country is beginning to embrace the promise and potential of renewables. Offshore wind is a massive and underutilized energy resource just off our coasts, and can play a crucial role in moving toward a 100% renewable energy future.

(March 2021)
New Life for the Ocean: How Marine Protections Keep Our Waters Wild

Pollution, overfishing, offshore drilling and other destructive human activities are devastating our oceans. But we have the tools to change this course. New Life for the Ocean examines the science of marine protections, highlighting six success stories that show how marine protected areas can be effective tools to conserve and revive marine ecosystems and restore our ocean to health.

(February 2021)
Moving Forward Together: A transpartisan agenda to rebuild trust and tackle America’s biggest challenges

America's partisan divides seem intractable. But beneath the polarization, Americans actually agree on quite a lot. "Moving Forward Together" proposes 12 issues on which Republicans, Democrats and independents can find common ground - addressing real problems while beginning to make our politics and our government work again. 

(December 2020)

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