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Update: Effort to engage local elected officials in campaign urging Walmart to go solar kicks off | Johanna Neumann

DC Councilmember Brianne Nadeau is the first elected official to sign onto a letter being circulated by Environment America Research & Policy Center urging Walmart to commit to installing solar on all viable rooftops and parking lots by 2035

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News Release | Environment New Jersey

Supreme Court hamstrings EPA’s ability to tackle climate change

 The Supreme Court of the United States announced its decision on the West Virginia vs Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) case Thursday, severely limiting the EPA’s authority to regulate climate pollution from power plants. Despite the fact that the Biden administration has yet to propose rules regulating greenhouse gas emissions from power plants, the Court issued a decision that severely limits the EPA’s authority to regulate carbon from power plants, holding that unless expressly delegated, that authority belongs to Congress

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Save the bees & go solar | Johanna Neumann

Designing pollinator friendly habitats into solar farms offers a win-win.

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News Release | Environment New Jersey

New sanctuary would protect the largest canyon along the Atlantic coast

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced it is taking the first step to designate the Hudson Canyon National Marine Sanctuary. Hudson Canyon is the largest of the more than 70 undersea canyons that line the North Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf, and is home to deep sea corals, bluefin tunas, sperm whales, sea turtles and more. 

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News Release | Environment America Research & Policy Center

Statement: White House invokes Defense Production Act for clean energy

President Joe Biden authorized use of the Defense Production Act (DPA) on Monday to speed up the domestic production of key clean energy technologies for use in buildings.

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