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More Wind, Less Warming

American wind power already produced enough energy in 2013 to power 15 million homes. Continued, rapid development of wind energy would allow the renewable resource to supply 30 percent of the nation’s electricity by 2030, providing more than enough carbon reductions to meet the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan.

Report | Environment Washington Research & Policy Center

Star Power: The Growing Role of Solar Energy in Washington

A future in which America gets at least 10 percent of its electricity from the sun is within reach.

Report | Environment Washington Research & Policy Center

Star Power: The Growing Role of Solar Energy in Washington

A future in which America gets at least 10 percent of its electricity from the sun is within reach.

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Skating on Thin Ice

"When it comes to the future of winter sports, global warming has us skating on thin ice. There's still time to keep from sliding off the edge by going after the biggest sources of the carbon pollution fueling the problem." -- Anusha Narayanan, field associate, Environemnt Washington.Eight ways global warming is affecting Winter Olympic sports

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Death By a Thousand Cuts

This report serves as a testament to the tangible and debilitating impacts that underfunding of the National Park Service is having on the long-term preservation of our parks, seashores, monuments and historic sites. Using park specific impacts of the March 2013 sequester as the frame, “Death by a Thousand Cuts” provides state specific data for all 29 states in the Environment America federation. Although shown through the lens of the 2013 sequester, the challenges facing our National Park System are a result of being shortchanged for years, and it was the exacerbation of these hardships due to the March sequester that made the impacts so tangible.

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