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Win-win Solutions for Health, Economy and Jobs

On the evening of November 11 over 70 people joined local leaders from the business, medical, and faith communities and elected officials to discuss strategies ...

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Faith Leaders and Environmentalists Rally for Clean Power Plan

At the Myers Park Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, faith leaders and citizens gathered to attend a town hall meeting organized by environmental groups. ...

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Environment America Releases Power Plant Report: Ohio One of the Dirtiest States in Country

At North Bank Park in Columbus, Ohio, Environment America celebrated the release of the report, “America’s Dirtiest Power Plants: Polluter on a Global Scale” on ...

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New Report Find Virginia's Coal-Fired Power Plants Pack a Big Punch

In Richmond, Virginia, the Environment Virginia Research & Policy Center released their report, America’s Dirtiest Power Plants, in the midst of the public comment period ...

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Montana Emits as Much Carbon as Mongolia

On September 18th, Environment Montana released an in-depth report, “America’s Dirtiest Power Plants”, detailing the amount of pollution Montana’s coal-fired power plants emit. The report ...

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Report Finds Colorado Emits as Much Carbon as New Zealand

On September 18th, Environment Colorado released “America’s Dirtiest Power Plants” at Union Station in Denver. The report shows Colorado coal-fired power plants emit as much ...

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