Scott Pruitt should resign from the EPA
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Scott Pruitt should resign from the EPA

We like what he’s done. But the time has come.

The conservative Weekly Standard "like(s) what he'd done" at EPA. But they still want him gone.

How energy-efficiency upgrades can improve your health

An energy-efficient home offers more than just lower utility bills and a smaller carbon footprint. It can also provide a healthier environment for the people who live there.

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Cement carbon dioxide emissions quietly double in 20 years

Heat trapping carbon dioxide emissions from making cement, a less talked about but major source of carbon pollution , have doubled in the last 20 years, new global data shows.

California lawmakers want to make brands use less single-use plastic

Instead of focusing solely on ramping up recycling, the Plastic Pollution Producer Responsibility Act would require companies to cut the amount of plastic in their packaging—and nudge them toward reusable alternatives.

Cori Bush steers funding to fight climate crisis to Biden

Bush’s push would give the White House $100 million in clean energy funding to use through the Defense Production Act.

One family, three generations of cancer, and the largest concentration of oil refineries in California

A new community survey exposes widespread cancer, asthma, anxiety, and depression in Wilmington, California.

Charles Lane: If Biden ran Big Oil, what would he do differently?

Policy cannot simultaneously maximize gas-price affordability, incentives for domestic production and environmental protection.

Democrats may drop another clean energy proposal to appease Manchin

Manchin has indicated that he will not support a budget reconciliation bill that includes direct pay, in which payments are sent directly to companies that produce clean energy for consumers.
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