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When we look for opportunities to address multiple problems at the same time, we can unleash powerful and transformative solutions with benefits we might never...

Mar 6, 2014 Blog Post
How Industrial Livestock Operations Pollute Illinois Rivers, Lakes and Streams

Factory farms threaten the health of Illinois’s rivers, lakes and streams. Across the state, large-scale releases of animal waste and other forms of pollution have...

Feb 19, 2014 Report
Big Agribusinesses's Political Dominance in Madison and Its Impact on Our Waterways

State decision-makers charged with keeping Wisconsin’s water clean have allowed industrial farming operations to spread, even though livestock operations have already polluted thousands of acres...

Dec 5, 2013 Report
Wasting Water Endangers Texas' Rivers, Fish and Wildlife

Excessive water withdrawals threaten many of Texas’ most important and beloved rivers. Rivers are a central element of our natural heritage, but wasteful water use...

Nov 12, 2013 Report

Three years into a devastating drought made worse by wasteful water use, voters in Texas approved a constitutional amendment that will allow the state to...

Nov 12, 2013 Blog Post
Key Impacts of Dirty Drilling at the State and National Level

Over the past decade, the oil and gas industry has fused two technologies—hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling—in a highly polluting effort to unlock oil and...

Oct 3, 2013 Report
Weak Bonding Rules for Oil and Gas Drilling Leave the Public at Risk

“Fracking” operations pose a staggering array of threats to our environment and health – many of them with significant “dollars and cents” costs. Current federal...

Jul 16, 2013 Report

This winter, Frontier Group’s research helped spur debate on public interest issues that have gained new resonance in today’s high-stakes discussions about reforming our tax...

Apr 29, 2013 Blog Post
State and Local Policies to Improve Pennsylvania’s Food System and Protect Our Land and Water

Pennsylvanians increasingly want healthy, locally grown food that is produced in ways that reflect their values – including protection of the environment. The rapidly rising...

Mar 21, 2013 Report
Strategies for Conserving Limited Water Supplies

The ongoing drought in Texas has reduced recreational opportunities, harmed wildlife, and threatened drinking water supplies. As Texas’ population and economy continue to grow, demand...

Mar 19, 2013 Report

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