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Uncorking Limits on Power Plant and Refinery Pollution

12/23/2010 // By Joe Mendelson

There is good news on the horizon in the effort to tackle global warming pollution. Using authority provided by Congress and affirmed by the Supreme Court, today the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it will begin using Section 111 […] Read more >

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In Cancun and Congress, Pressing for Clean Energy Jobs ASAP

12/9/2010 // By Joe Mendelson

  As the Cancun climate talks proceed in balmy 75 degrees weather, the U.S. Senate stands on the precipice of a vote on a controversial new tax bill. Unfortunately, key omissions in both the evolving international climate deal and the […] Read more >

Keystone XL Legacy: More Tar Sands Pollution (image courtesy circleofblue.org)

UPDATE – U.S. Must Account for Dirty Tar Sands at Climate Talks

12/2/2010 // By Joe Mendelson

As the negotiations in Cancun begin to churn, the split personality of the U.S. State Department threatens to undermine further trust in the U.S. negotiation position. At the nexus of this conflict is a pending State Department decision that would […] Read more >

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Cancun Climate Negotiations: No Holiday in the Sun

12/1/2010 // By Joe Mendelson

From the National Wildlife Federation’s perspective, there are three critical things that must happen to consider Cancun a success. Read more >

New FDA Warning Label: Is Air Pollution Next? (Image courtesy of scpr.org)

Congress: Tackle the Other Second-Hand Smoke

11/16/2010 // By Joe Mendelson

Our nation’s capital is a funny place filled with contradictions or haven’t you heard? Take protecting our public health. Last week, the Food and Drug Administration released new proposed cigarette warning labels that contain large graphic depictions of the impacts […] Read more >