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Statement: Senate hearing highlights need for clean water protections

The U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works held a hearing this morning on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposal to replace the Clean Water Rule. The proposed rule would roll back protections for much of America’s network of waterways. The administration’s ‘Dirty Water Rule’ would leave vast networks of America’s rivers, lakes and streams vulnerable to pollution, endangering wildlife and public health. It flies in the face of common sense, sound science and public opinion.

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Three decades later, renewable is doable | Rob Sargent

Commitments to power society with clean energy are accelerating us from 0 to 100 quickly.

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Congressional action spells hope for Arctic wildlife

Migratory birds, caribou, polar bears and walruses are among the Arctic wildlife that will stay protected under bills advancing in Congress.

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Plastic debris plumbs new depths, spurring action

Plastic pollution has reached the deepest place on Earth.

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U.S. House passes first climate bill in a decade

The U.S. House of Representatives has taken long-overdue action on the climate crisis.

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