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Two Years of Tragedy in Flint

When Flint, Michigan, switched its water supply on April 25, 2014, it sparked an unprecedented public health crisis. Its residents are still in dire need of help.

Latin America Green News: Peru’s New Goldman Prize Winner, Panama’s New Monorail, Argentina’s New Energy Auction, the Amazon’s New Coral Reef Discovery

Latin America Green News is a selection of weekly news highlights about environmental and energy issues in Latin America.

Reflecting on a Winter with NRDC in Bozeman

Guest blog post written by Oliver James.

New Los Angeles Building Ordinance Sets Precedent for Water Efficiency

The City of Los Angeles celebrated Earth Day this past Friday by adopting an ordinance that will ensure new buildings in Los Angeles use water more efficiently than ever before...making L.A.’s building standards among

A Victory—and New Opportunity—for Reducing Livestock-Predator Conflicts in California

NRDC and several of our wildlife conservation and animal protection colleagues recently settled a lawsuit against Mendocino County, California.

Planning for Montana’s Energy Transition: New Report Out by Headwaters Economics

Guest blog post written by Oliver James.