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We helped win the single biggest action our country has ever taken on climate

Under the newly announced Clean Power Plan, gas and coal power plants will pollute 32 percent less and clean energy sources such as wind and solar will meet much more of the nation’s electricity needs. Environment America is proud of the role we’ve played to galvanize public support for this historic plan. With continued commitment from President Obama and state leaders, and strong backing from the American people, this will mark a giant shift toward the 100 percent clean energy reality that the climate crisis demands and future generations deserve.

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Charging ahead: Los Angeles kick-starts electric car sharing program in low-income communities | Michelle Kinman

This Friday, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti will launch BlueLA Carsharing, the city’s new, innovative electric car sharing program. It’s specifically designed to provide low-income Angelenos with more options for getting from point A to B, all while cleaning up our air, improving public health and protecting our climate.

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Bright Spot: Nevada Legislature votes to restore rooftop solar program | Bret Fanshaw

After nearly a year and a half of uncertainty, Nevada residents may once again be able to take advantage of rooftop solar energy.

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News Release | Environment America

Senate Bill Aims to Rollback Clean Car Standards

Today, Senators Blunt (R-MO), Moran (R-KS ), Young (R-IN), Stabenow (D-MI), Peters (D-MI), and McCaskill (D-MO) introduced a bill to amend vehicle standards, also known as the “Blunt Clean Cars Rollback”.

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News Release | Wisconsin Environment

Trump’s Budget Delivers More Pollution, Not More Power, to States Including Wisconsin; $245,341,000 Eliminated for Grants to State/Local Agencies

Based on a briefing by the Trump Administration, President Trump’s proposed FY’18 budget would cut important environmental and health programs. Below is a statement from Madeline Page, Environment Wisconsin Outreach Director, on the president’s FY’18 budget proposal.

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