Sally Hardin

Senior Director, Energy and Environment Campaigns

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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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The Impact of the Coronavirus on the Renewable Energy Industry Article
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The Impact of the Coronavirus on the Renewable Energy Industry

With the renewable energy industry expected to see significant job losses and project delays due to the coronavirus pandemic, it is now more important than ever for Congress to invest in this industry in an effort to sustainably rebuild the U.S. economy.

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5 Ways Trump’s Latest Anti-Environmental Proposal Would Allow Fossil Fuel Companies to Bulldoze Communities Article
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The Trump administration is proposing to gut environmental review, clearing the way for fossil fuel corporations to build more polluting projects with less public input and without considering the impacts of climate change.

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The Companies With the Best Kept Secret in the Arctic Refuge Article
The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska. (Getty/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

The Companies With the Best Kept Secret in the Arctic Refuge

With the Trump administration intent on holding an oil and gas lease sale in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge this year, three corporations have gone to extreme lengths to keep secret their information about what lies beneath it.

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5 Ways Wheeler Is Dirtying Our Water Article
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5 Ways Wheeler Is Dirtying Our Water

EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler claims that the top environmental issue is accessing clean water—yet his actions tell a completely different story.

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