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Environment Texas Congratulates Gore

Environment Texas congratulated former Vice President Al Gore and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) today on receiving this year’s Nobel Peace Prize for their tireless efforts to inform the public about the dangers of global warming and urge action to slow its progress.

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On the Clean Water Act's 35th Anniversary, Polluters Continue to Contaminate Texas Waterways

More than 53 percent of industrial and municipal facilities across Texas discharged more pollution into our waterways than their Clean Water Act permits allow in 2005, according to Troubled Waters: An analysis of Clean Water Act compliance, a new report released today by Environment Texas.

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8.4 Billion Dollars at Stake in Texas' National Forests

Logging, mining, and oil/gas drilling in Texas’ national forests jeopardizes $8.4 billion per year in Texas business expenses, including activities such as fishing, hunting, and wildlife watching, according to a new report released today by Environment Texas.

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8.4 Billion Dollars at Stake in Texas' National Forests

AUSTIN – Logging, mining, and oil/gas drilling in Texas’ national forests jeopardizes $8.4 billion per year in Texas business expenses, including activities such as fishing, hunting, and wildlife watching, according to a new report released today by Environment Texas.

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Environment Texas Report Shows Clean Energy Boom in Texas

Texas’ renewable electricity standard (RES) is cutting pollution, saving money, creating jobs, and fueling a clean energy boom in Texas, as in the other 24 U.S. states that have passed similar policies, according to a new report released today by Environment Texas. Environment Texas also called on Congress to establish a national RES.

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