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Fast Company chooses 100% Renewable Campaign as a finalist for 2020 World Changing Ideas Awards

The national business magazine Fast Company named Environment America Research and Policy Center’s campaign for 100 percent renewable energy as a finalist today for the media outlet’s World Changing Ideas Awards. The “10 states, 50 cities, 50 colleges, 100% renewable” campaign was one of nine finalists in the Politics & Policy category. 

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Good as news: positive environmental stories you may have missed this week | Emma Searson

The Public Interest Network’s Environment America and U.S. PIRG are working on multiple campaigns to help America get through the coronavirus pandemic as quickly and safely as possible. But we're also working to ensure that when the outbreak ends, the United States’ policies and practices ensure a cleaner, safer, better world for all of us.

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Buffy the Energy Vampire Slayer | Graham Marema

Don’t miss a moment of the electrifying tales of Buffy the Energy Vampire Slayer. Tune in each week to see how Buffy will champion energy efficiency, defeat the energy sucks, and fight for the better world she believes in.

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Be smart about your electronics | Bronte Payne

Spending most of my time at home has made me newly thankful for the technology that allows me to stay connected to my loved ones and continue to advocate for clean energy across the country. Unfortunately, these electronics also use a lot of energy, and many continue to draw power even when they aren’t in use.

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News Release | Environment America

Federal Reserve's new rules open the door to fossil fuel bailout

The Federal Reserve announced new rules on Thursday for its “Main Street Lending Program” designed to help small and mid-sized businesses during the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. The rule changes allow both larger companies and those carrying more debt to qualify, potentially exposing taxpayers’ money to more risk. The changes also create an opportunity for oil and gas companies to access government assistance.

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