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City of Washington, D.C., makes the nation’s boldest renewable energy commitment yet

America's capital city is going 100 percent renewable by 2032.

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'It's up to all of us': In wake of dire National Climate Assessment, Environment America points to solutions

As America's top climate scientists sounded the alarm on climate change, Environment America and our national network focused on solutions.

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Congress reaches agreement on a Farm Bill that doesn't undermine environmental protections

Months of negotiation and advocacy kept Congress' massive agriculture bill from being a disaster for the environment.

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The 'most extreme attack on clean water in recent memory' could endanger water sources for 117 million Americans

The Trump administration is moving forward with a plan that could jeopardize the drinking water of as many as one in three Americans.

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Report | Environment Texas Research and Policy Center

Letter from climate scientists to Gov. Abbott

At a press conference last month to discuss a new report on the impacts of Hurricane Harvey, a reporter asked you whether man-made climate change has played a role in Texas' weather disasters. You replied that it would be impossible for you to say, as you are not a scientist.  We, the undersigned, are climate scientists and experts, and can report to you that climate change is happening, it is primarily caused by humans, and it is having a devastating impact on Texas, including increasing deadly flooding resulting from Hurricane Harvey.  

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