Comments on Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, or FSEIS, for the Keystone XL, or KXL, Pipeline Permit
While the Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement, or FSEIS, acknowledges that the Keystone XL Pipeline would increase carbon pollution if built, it still underestimates the potential larger carbon pollution release and the tremendous impact that it could have on climate change.
5 Steps to Improve Safety and Avoid More Government Waste in King Cove, Alaska
Decision makers can find common-sense solutions to the important health and safety concerns of King Cove, Alaska, while avoiding more wasted taxpayer spending on a “Road to Nowhere.”
The Obama Administration’s Enthusiasm for Coal Sales Undermines Its Climate Program
The administration’s desire to sell coal leases undermines its promise to fight carbon pollution.
The Economic Benefits of Restoring Coastal Ecosystems
Healthy coastal ecosystems provide critical social and environmental benefits.
Issue Brief Despite coal and utility industries' fears, past air-pollution-protection measures helped protect millions of people from smog, acid rain, and soot particles, and new carbon-pollution safeguards are essential for Americans’ health and economy.
Built-In Savings: A U.S.-India Partnership on Energy-Efficient Buildings
Issue Brief The United States and India should aggressively pursue opportunities to curb energy waste in the building sector in order to reduce their greenhouse gas pollution, enhance their energy security, and grow their economies.
The Top 5 Challenges Facing the New NOAA Administrator
As former astronaut Kathryn Sullivan takes over NOAA, she faces challenges worthy of a rocket scientist.
Better Reflecting Our Country’s Growing Diversity
Issue Brief We need to make our national park system more inclusive and reflective of the totality of the diverse American experience.
Gimme Shelter: President Obama’s Climate Resilience Fund
Congress must invest in the president’s new Climate Resilience Fund to protect communities from extreme weather.
Building a 21st Century Infrastructure
Report To address metropolitan congestion—our most pressing transportation challenge—we need to adopt performance management, increase competition for federal funds, and reform transportation governance.
The Crushing Cost of Climate Change: Why We Must Rethink America’s Infrastructure Investments
Changing our approach to investing in our nation’s infrastructure will help strengthen it and the economy in the face of more frequent extreme weather events.