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Steve Blackledge
Senior Director, Conservation America Campaign

For what would become the nation’s most effective conservation and recreation law, it was an awkward beginning. 

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Catherine Fraser
Clean Air Associate

Texas is home to 39 ethylene oxide-emitting facilities -- more than any state in the country.

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Catherine Fraser
Clean Air Associate

Agency proposes waiving pollution control requirements at eight Texas coal-fired power plants. 

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Michaela Morris
Associate, Protect Our Oceans, Environment America

Check out the following list of some of our favorite ocean livestreams. These livestreams dive deep into the big blue sea, exploring everything from jellies to coral reefs. 

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Luke Metzger
Executive Director

With solar panels becoming more affordable to consumers, you may be considering equipping your home with solar power. But for Texans who can choose their electric provider (e.g. Houston and Dallas, not Austin and San Antonio), the different plans from energy providers charging different rates with unique buyback plans can be confusing. As a prospective solar citizen, which electric company offers the best deal?

The Texas Water Development Board will require all projects submited to its Flood Infrastructure Fund to consider nature-based features in their proposals.

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Anna Farrell-Sherman
Clean Water Associate

Seven of our summer interns testified in a public meeting last week about the importance of protecting critical habitat in the Gulf of Mexico by expanding Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary.

Tips for making the most of a backyard camping adventure.

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Anna Farrell-Sherman
Clean Water Associate

Rain gardens, green roofs and other nature based infrastructure help mitigate flooding and reduce water pollution. 

The Great American Outdoors Act is a bipartisan effort pledging to help restore our parks to their former glory and help America rediscover the great outdoors