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Sally Hardin is the senior director of Energy and Environment Campaigns at American Progress. Before joining American Progress, she worked on Alaska conservation issues. Prior to that, Hardin worked for the White House Council on Environmental Quality. She holds a master’s degree in environmental law and policy from Vermont Law School and a bachelor’s degree in environmental policy from Colorado College.

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Achieving Energy Independence While Supporting European Allies Article
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Achieving Energy Independence While Supporting European Allies

Congress and the White House should act immediately to support our European allies and build long-term energy independence, while also providing American families with relief from the increased costs inflicted by the fossil fuel industry profiteering off Putin’s war on Ukraine.

Climate Deniers in the 117th Congress Article
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Climate Deniers in the 117th Congress

There are 139 elected officials in the 117th Congress who still deny the scientific consensus of human-caused climate change.

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How the Biden Administration Can Modernize Environmental Review Article
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How the Biden Administration Can Modernize Environmental Review

The Biden administration must strengthen the implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act within 100 days of taking office in order to ensure that federal infrastructure investments result in an equitable and just clean energy future.

Christy Goldfuss, Elise Gout, Sally Hardin

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