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Green America: Apple Takes First Steps to Protect Workers from Toxins Read more »

Tipping Point: National Geographic Adds Recycled Fiber To Magazines Read more »

Petition Urges Samsung to Stop Child Labor, Other Abuse Of Workers In Chinese Cell Phone Manufacturing Facility Read more »

Three Green Small Businesses Win National “People & Planet” Award After Being Nominated By Community Development Lenders Read more »

80 Organizations Call On Apple’s Lisa Jackson To Stop Off-Shoring Worker Health And Safety Risks Read more »

Green America Supports The Direction Of EPA’s New Carbon Standard For Existing Power Plants; Calls For Tougher Stance On Cap & Trade Read more »

“We Are What They Eat”: DC Demonstration Urges Starbucks to Provide Organic Milk from Cows Not Fed GMOs Read more »

Maryland Business Groups Urge Gov O’Malley to Veto Anti-Wind Bill Read more »

Green America Encourages Justice Department to Bring Criminal Charges Against Credit Suisse Group AG And BNP Paribas SA, And Then Prosecute US-Based Banks For Mortgage Fraud Read more »

Major Protest at Apple’s Flagship Manhattan “Cube” Store Calls on Apple to Stop Poisoning Chinese Workers
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Clean Energy Victory Bond Push in Congress Would Generate $150 Billion in Financing, 1 Million Jobs
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04/01/14 More Than 50 Maryland Businesses Oppose Cove Point LNG Export Facility for Fracked Gas Read more »

03/24/14 Healthy Home Winners Announced in “People & Planet” Green Small Business Contest Read more »

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Time to Strengthen Emissions Standards for Power Plants

The Supreme Court ruled in 2007 that the EPA may regulate greenhouse gases as pollutants dangerous to human health under the Clean Air Act. Limits on new power plants were first proposed in 2012; it's time to enforce pollution standards »  

In 2014, Stop Investing in Climate Destruction

With the introduction of the Fossil Fuel Divestment Act of 2013, Washington, DC became just the most recent municipality to consider divestment. More than 20 U.S. cities have already made formal commitments to divest, along with various universities and religious institutions. You can too »


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