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Perhaps the most sobering suggestion of the independent review is its indication that despite the dislocation of 90,000 people and widespread radioactive contamination of land,...

Mar 6, 2012 Blog Post
Global Warming, Extreme Weather, and the Impacts of Weather-Related Disasters in the United States

Weather disasters kill or injure hundreds of Americans each year and cause billions of dollars in economic damage. The risks posed by some types of...

Feb 15, 2012 Report

From city halls to Capitol Hill, Frontier Group’s research lent critical support to campaigns on issues ranging from government accountability to global warming, while also...

Dec 14, 2011 Blog Post
How Cleaning Up the Dirtiest Power Plants Will Protect Public Health

Power plants continue to release large amounts of toxic pollutants, including mercury, into our air. Mercury pollution particularly threatens fetuses and infants, who can suffer...

Nov 15, 2011 Report
How Houston Can Lead the Nation to a New Energy Future

In recent years, Houston has emerged as a nationwide leader in expanding its production and use of clean energy. The City of Houston...

Nov 10, 2011 Report
EmPOWER Maryland Is Saving Energy, Saving Money, and Boosting Our Economy

Maryland electricity consumers are beginning to reap the benefits of the state’s ambitious efforts to improve energy efficiency and measures to cut peak demand. Consumers...

Oct 15, 2011 Report
Uranium Mining Doesn't Belong Near Our National Treasures

Uranium mining is an industry with a bad track record. At sites ranging from a giant tailings pile next to the Colorado River near Moab,...

Aug 15, 2011 Report
How Shale Gas Extraction Puts Vulnerable Pennsylvanians at Risk

From Pittsburgh to Scranton, gas companies have already drilled more than 3,000 hydraulic fracturing wells, and the state has issued permits for thousands more. Permitted...

May 15, 2011 Report

Frontier Group's latest report takes a closer look at the risks of drilling in and extracting gas from Pennsylvania's Marcellus shale -- and how close...

May 6, 2011 Blog Post
Chemical Exposures and Increases in Developmental Disease

A growing body of scientific evidence shows that the widespread use of chemicals in our society harms our health and the health of our children....

Apr 15, 2011 Report

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