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China Fighting Air Pollution in Air, Land, and Sea

This post was co-authored with my colleagues Winslow Robertson, Freda Fung and Zhixi Zhu.

Hiding The Tea Party/Polluter Agenda in Funding Bills -- Again

Last year, the House and Senate Republicans tried to attach over 100 unrelated provisions to the bill funding the government for the year that began on October 1, 2015.  Because of the work of groups across the progressive and veteran

The New Yorkers for Clean Power Campaign Will Help New Yorkers Advance Clean Energy Across the State

The New Yorkers for Clean Power (NYCP) campaign launched today, to connect people and communities across the state with the clean energy opportunities available to them.

Why Do Lower-Income Families Pay More In Energy Costs? Some Answers—and Solutions

Multifamily housing lags behind other types of large urban buildings when it comes to energy efficiency—a statement confirmed by a recent report that got national attention for its finding

Greening India’s Financial Markets: A Role for Green Bonds and Green Banks

This post is co-authored with Anna Mance.

Congress Pushing Forward for More Invasive Species

In the fight to keep the Great Lakes free of invasive species, we are used to battling alien creatures (quagga mussels, bloody red shrimp, and the like) that do not belong in our inland seas. But lately, it seems like we have been battling zombies.