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Meet Environment America’s new Alaska organizer: Dyani Chapman | Dyani Chapman

Environment America's new Alaska organizer is taking her experience working with Environment America's members on a variety of campaigns to Alaska. Read more about why she decided to move from Colorado to Alaska and what she'll be working on.

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News Release | Environment New Jersey

Watershed victory to put the PennEast gas pipeline on ice

PennEast Pipeline Co. announced on Monday that it was pulling the plug on its proposed 116-mile gas pipeline that would have crossed Pennsylvania and New Jersey to deliver methane gas from Pennsylvania fracking wells. The announcement came on the heels of a Supreme Court decision that granted PennEast the right to use eminent domain to seize public and private lands for the pipeline. Nevertheless, the proposal faced  stiff environmental permitting challenges from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) under the Clean Water Act. The company cited environmental permitting difficulties in its decision to withdraw the project.

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The dollars and cents of Arctic drilling make no sense | Ellen Montgomery

The fiscal argument against drilling is just one of many reasons why we should leave the Arctic alone

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News Release | Environment Texas

Statement: Federal regulators make wrong decision in allowing new nuclear waste site in Texas

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) approved a private company’s plan Monday to store nuclear waste in the Permian Basin of West Texas. 

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Our Solar Future: Reacting to a new Department of Energy Report | Johanna Neumann

The Department of Energy came out on Wednesday with a new report entitled Solar Futures. The study shows that by 2035, solar energy has the potential to power 40% of the nation’s electricity and drive deep decarbonization of the grid. Here's my take.

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