Statement: Congress must avoid default
A cascade of victories against plastic pollution in the Pacific Northwest
Improving patent examination can improve drug competition to bring down prices
Right to Repair legislation achieves new milestone
Reconnecting habitats of elk, pronghorn, deer and more
Colorado farmers win the Right to Repair their tractors
Colorado just became the first state to establish a Right To Repair for farmers, guaranteeing them everything they need to fix their own equipment on reasonable terms.
America needs a “roads review”
Wales took a hard look at its highway program and made an abrupt U-turn. The U.S. should follow.
The road to 100% renewable energy: April update
Imagine a world powered by clean, renewable energy. Environment America’s advocates, organizers and members are sharing this vision with college campuses, cities and states across the country. Here's a roundup of stories from the past month:
‘When will my Chromebook expire?’ Why computers should be designed to last.
Here’s what you need to know about your Chromebook’s lifespan — and why we need tech giants like Google to help us get off the “disposability treadmill.”
Putting solar on warehouse rooftops could power 19 million homes
They’re 'big, flat and sun-kissed' and they offer perfect opportunities for American businesses and communities to produce more clean, renewable solar power