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The Rundown

The EPA Tried to ‘Delegitimize Science,’ so Scientists Sued the Government

You know things are getting weird when scientists decide to sue a major federal agency.
Impact Staff
1.30.18
Livable Planet

The Progress Report on American Cities Battling Climate Change Looks...Good

The Sierra Club released a new report about the Ready for 100 campaign. None of the cities profiled have reached their 100 percent clean energy goal yet, but they've taken steps in the right direction.
Meg Charlton
11.14.17
Livable Planet

How Ryan Miller and His Band Guster are Earth-minded Rock Stars

The eco-conscious musician shares how he and his band have been able to commit to an environmentally-friendly lifestyle on the road.
Kastalia Medrano
9.21.17
Livable Planet

In 25 Years, San Francisco Cut Its Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 28 Percent

What the City by the Bay's trash can teach us about sustainability.
Impact Staff
9.19.17
Livable Planet

NYC's New Emissions Cuts are Like Taking 900,000 Cars Off the Road

New York City will target 14,500 buildings to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in an effort to keep a commitment to the Paris climate accord.
Madeline Moitozo
9.18.17
Livable Planet

150 Mayors Pledged to Switch Their Cities to 100 Percent Renewable Energy

A nationwide environmental campaign just reached a major milestone.
Impact Staff
9.6.17
The Rundown

After Dangerous Pipeline Leaks, Activists Get a Win in Court

Your daily guide to what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
8.25.17
Livable Planet

LA Wants to Switch to Electric Buses to Make You Healthier

Low-income residents are more likely to be exposed to dangerous pollution that largely comes from public transportation, but that might change.
Meg Charlton
8.14.17
Livable Planet

EV Charging Sites Might Become as Common as Gas Stations in California

And in Washington, and New York, and Vermont, and Florida, and Hawaii, and Utah, and Wyoming, and Maryland and Idaho...
Gina Coplon-Newfield
8.9.17
Voices

A Retired Miner is Fighting for Those Left Behind When Coal Leaves Town

An unlikely activist is fighting for jobs and a cleaner city.
Meg Charlton
7.14.17
Impact Work

A Switch to Renewable Energy Gives Power to the People

Wondering how your devices are powered? Well, it’s not a giant pink bunny beating a drum.
Impact Staff
7.7.17
Impact Climate

Renewable Energy Took This Republican Louisiana Town Out of the Red

Abita Springs, Louisiana's officials moved the city away from fossil fuels because of their minimal economic benefit.
Meg Charlton
7.7.17
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