Environment America Blog

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Johanna Neumann
Senior Director, Campaign for 100% Renewable Energy

Here’s the play by play of my journey to install a heat pump heating/cooling system in our cottage.

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Virginia Carter
Conservation America Campaign, Associate

Bears Ears Monument is an important historical, cultural, and ecological site

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Ellen Montgomery
Director, Public Lands Campaign
Mitchell Ukropina
Our Wild Forests Campaign, Associate

Old trees growing in North American forests are helping us combat climate change

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Bryn Huxley-Reicher
Policy Associate, Frontier Group

Utilities and powerful special interests are working – often out of public view – to undermine rooftop solar power across America.

We know that solar energy is on the rise in big cities like Los Angeles and Honolulu... but what does progress look like in the rural sector? Graham Marema of Environment America and Tim Marema of the Daily Yonder (known to some as “dad”) team up to tackle the question.

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Bronte Payne
Director, Go Solar Campaign
Bryn Huxley-Reicher
Policy Associate, Frontier Group

Our newest report, Blocking Rooftop Solar, documents how utilities and other special interests are using their money and clout to push policymakers to undercut solar power and to make it harder for homeowners and small business owners to produce their own clean energy.

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Alex Petersen
Conservation America Campaign, Advocate

Endangered Species protections rolled back by Pres. Trump are on their way to restoration

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Steve Blackledge
Senior Director, Conservation America Campaign

Even though the protected area is relatively small, numerous studies suggest that the protections have been remarkably successful. 

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Kelsey Lamp
Protect Our Oceans, Advocate

Reefs in no-take areas of the park are better able to rebound from coral bleaching, storms, disease and more.

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Steve Blackledge
Senior Director, Conservation America Campaign

This marine protected area helped marine life recover from near-total destruction.