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We Stand with Mayors Around the World in Creating Inclusive Climate Solutions

For those of us worried that even rumors of the United States pulling out of the Paris Climate Agreement would have a chilling effect on efforts to fight climate change everywhere, last week’s Global Mayor’s Climate Summit in Mexico City offered a badly needed counter perspective.

Jordan Downs Residents Win One, But Want Full Data on Toxics

Residents of the Jordan Downs public housing community in Watts, Los Angeles, recently achieved a major win with their landlord, the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA).

Obama Administration Makes Seafood Supply More Traceable

Move Will Help Curb Illegal, Unreported, Unregulated Fishing

NY Energy Agency Aims for Pioneering Role in Offshore Wind

In a breakthrough year of “firsts” for offshore wind in the United States, New York State is poised to add another to the list.

EPA Proposes Restrictions on TCE, Toxic Solvent, Under TSCA

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is steadily chugging toward the finish line with its proposed ban of the highly toxic solvent trichloroethylene, or TCE.