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Looking Outdoors for Lasting Water Savings in California

The drought news from California this month is slightly less dire—“only” 64% of the state is still experiencing drought conditions that are considered “severe” or worse.

DOE’s SunShot Successes Underscore the Bright Benefits of Federal Clean Energy Investments

What do GPS, the Internet and now solar, have in common? All are successful cutting-edge technologies that benefited from critical government support over the years.

Food Waste Goes to Capitol Hill: NRDC Testifies Before House Committee Today

It’s been an exciting few weeks for those of us working reduce the massive 40% of food that goes to waste less in America every year.

A Revolutionary Step toward a Lasting Legacy on Clean Transportation

The Administration has accomplished a lot on climate action—decisive steps such as the Clean Power Plan and commitments made at the historic Paris climate conference last year.

Air Pollution & Heat Impacts Study during India’s Epic Heatwave

Guest Blog by Nehmat Kaur, NRDC India Representative and Abhiyant Tiwari, Indian Institute of Public Health, Gandhinagar

PJM’s New Rules Skew Against Clean Energy; Silver Lining in a Lower Forecast

At a time when countries around the world have committed to cutting climate-warming pollution, our nation’s largest electric grid operator is increasing reliance on fossil-fueled power to meet future electricity demand.

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