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Environmental Defense Fund works with businesses, government & communities to create lasting solutions to the most serious enviro problems.
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Fred Krupp Jul 10
Most urgent need is to cut emissions. Negative emissions tech is compelling, but still way too expensive. It should be researched and developed, but job #1 is an aggressive effort to reduce GHGs
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EDF Jul 12
Renewable energy could emerge from this crisis in even better shape than before.
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EDF Jul 12
A heartbreaking reason why we can’t delay climate action.
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EDF Jul 11
This extreme heat is an example of how climate change will hurt Black, Latino and low-income communities the most. Phoenix wants to change that and become the most sustainable desert city on the planet.
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EDF Jul 11
Decisions made during past economic crises made the U.S. more dependent on fossil fuels. Let’s not do it again. We can use this opportunity to rebuild better.
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EDF Jul 11
Health officials have emphasized staying home as key to stopping the spread of COVID-19. But home isn’t safe for everyone.
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EDF Jul 10
It’s definitive: The level of air pollution that the Trump administration wants to allow is deadly.
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EDF Jul 10
New report confirms the urgency to cut climate pollution now.
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EDF Jul 10
We have to break out of this dangerous cycle: 1. Houston’s economy depends on petrochemical facilities. 2. Pollution gets trapped in the atmosphere, making hurricanes more severe & frequent. 3. Recovery after the storms make existing disparities worse.
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Natalie Snider Jul 10
Join me, and a diversity of 80+ other organizations who have come together to and build an equitable, just and safe future for the NY-NJ region, focusing on green solutions to fight the impacts of . Sign up at
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EDF Jul 10
Four years ago, Congress passed a historic bipartisan law to protect you from toxic chemicals. Now the Trump administration is trying to walk it back. Here are the five most shocking examples.
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Prof. Katharine Hayhoe Jun 1
Climate change, pollution, coronavirus...what do they have in common? All disproportionately affect the marginalized, the vulnerable, the poor; those already suffering, already disadvantaged, already oppressed; exacerbating injustice, racism, and poverty.
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EDF Energy Program Jul 9
Methane pollution and waste are 65% higher on the Navajo Nation compared to the national average. “There’s certainly a problem here with a level of injustice in terms of how these problems are being handled on tribal lands,” - EDF's .
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EDF Jul 10
Five shocking ways the Trump administration is walking back decades of progress on chemical safety.
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EDF Jul 9
From extreme heat to a more active hurricane season, this summer could be one for the record books. The climate is warning us - and we’re listening. Here’s our 13-step Climate Action Plan.
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Fred Krupp Jul 7
Strongly agree. Electrifying trucks and buses is a particularly important thing to do. Drives significant health benefits from avoided diesel fumes, +essential part of getting to 100% clean zero emission economy
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EDF Jul 9
The Trump administration is undermining chemical safety - and putting your health at risk. Here are five points that prove it.
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EDF Jul 8
This is big news! Virginia will curb climate pollution and create clean energy jobs as the newest member of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative.
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EDF Jul 8
Nancy Beck, a former chemical industry executive – has consistently sabotaged your health. Now she could lead the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Fight back. r:
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EDF Energy Program Jul 6
New on the blog: Electrifying trucks and buses is an opportunity for lasting change, one we can’t afford to miss
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