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The world already has more plastic than it needs, wants or can handle. And the world is starting to push back.

Jan 4, 2021 Blog Post

Container deposit laws fund recycling programs at the point of purchase – a surprisingly powerful idea about to have its moment.

Dec 15, 2020 Blog Post

Energy leasing on U.S. public lands makes these lands a major contributor to the country’s greenhouse gas emissions - but it doesn’t have to be...

Dec 7, 2020 Blog Post
An infrastructure plan to make our families and communities safer, healthier and more resilient

The transition to new leadership in Washington, D.C., creates the opportunity for the nation to turn the page in a new year -- not just...

Nov 24, 2020 Report
Producer Responsibility Policies to Move the U.S. Toward Zero Waste

Producer responsibility programs are a valuable tool for tackling the plastic waste crisis. They have a successful track record of shifting incentives for producers away...

Oct 29, 2020 Report

COVID-19 has led to unprecedented food waste and breakdowns in supply chains, but innovative solutions at the local, state, and federal levels show us a...

Oct 20, 2020 Blog Post

Solar panels have a major role in the transition from an extractive, polluting economy to a sustainable one. Planning ahead for how to dispose of...

Oct 16, 2020 Blog Post

The clothing industry is responsible for a huge carbon footprint. Rather than contributing to the problem, we as consumers can be a part of the...

Sep 24, 2020 Blog Post

Plastic waste sits in landfills, cities, and forests. It breaks down into microplastics that fill the ocean, accumulate in wildlife, and cause health problems in...

Sep 15, 2020 Blog Post

In today’s deeply polarized political landscape it’s hard to find issues that Americans agree on. But a bipartisan recognition of the importance of protecting our...

Sep 8, 2020 Blog Post

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