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Convenience is a powerful motivator of behavior. Yet, oddly, convenience gets far less attention than cost when it comes to evaluating and prioritizing policies to...

Sep 7, 2021 Blog Post

Wildfires and smoke seem like a West Coast problem, but more and more frequently that smoke reaches the East Coast. The health effects of that...

Aug 23, 2021 Blog Post

As people look for alternatives to dirty transportation and new ways to get outside, many have turned to electric-powered-bicycles. Across the country, programs allowing e-bikes...

Jul 27, 2021 Blog Post
Cuts to net metering could threaten California's solar progress

California’s ambitious climate and clean energy goals depend on steady growth in rooftop solar power. Utilities, however, are pushing for dramatic reductions in compensation to...

Jul 27, 2021 Report

A look back at some of our favorite charts, maps and graphics from the last 25 years, and the role they played in the environmental...

Jun 29, 2021 Blog Post

Fifteen years ago, a clean energy revolution was just starting to take shape. Frontier Group research helped the public and decision-makers to understand the possibilities,...

Jun 23, 2021 Blog Post
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Realizing clean, renewable energy’s potential to power America

Fossil fuels are responsible for a rapidly warming planet, for hundreds of thousands of deaths in the U.S. each year from air pollution, and for...

Jun 3, 2021 Report

Why are there suddenly so many ticks everywhere? One big factor is climate change, which is likely to keep making the problems of ticks and...

May 24, 2021 Blog Post

“Change” is often seen as synonymous with “sacrifice,” especially where the environment is concerned. But sometimes giving things up is no sacrifice at all. There...

May 12, 2021 Blog Post

Thirteen states have joined the ZEV program, cleaning the air while accelerating deployment of zero-emission vehicles. Who’s next?

May 11, 2021 Blog Post

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