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Tell Your Senator to Protect the Clean Power Plan

Climate change poses an undeniable threat to our national security, health, and economy. In the wake of three of the most destructive hurricanes in U.S. ...

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Climate and Progressive Groups’ Leaders Statement on the Finalization of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan

August 3, 2015 - Washington, DC: Leaders of several groups fighting for action on climate change released the following joint statement in reaction to the ...

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Organizations Make the Call for Climate Action

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Lauren Gleason July 30, 2015 703/855-4176 lgleason@cacampaign.com July 30th marks a national day of action on climate change supported by hundreds ...

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8 Million Comments Supporting Action on Climate Change

As the public comment period on the Clean Power Plan came to a close today, National groups supporting climate action hand delivered the “8 millionth” ...

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Worst Class on Climate Change

"Today's top story – the returning Congress is one of the worst classes in history on climate change." With Congress back in session and climate ...

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EPA Adminstrator McCarthy Headlines Google+ Hangout

Voces Verdes, an independent coalition of Latino business leaders in the public health sector, streamed a Google+ Hangout webcast featuring EPA Administrator, Gina McCarthy on ...

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