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  • Blog Post 10 Aug 2012  |   Soham Pandit

    Defending Science & Clean Energy

    Today, League of Conservation Voters (LCV) President Gene Karpinski writes a piece in the Huffington Post that defends science from irrational attacks by climate-deniers in Congress. In this must-read blog post, Karpinski talks about the Flat Earth Five, LCV's new campaign to defeat five climate-denying House incumbents.

    Karpinski: "We're seeing the effects of climate change like never before, but it's not too late to fight back. Just a few years ago, the House passed historic comprehensive ...More

  • Blog Post 27 Jul 2012  |   Mike Palamuso

    The long and winding road...

    Guest post by LCV Legislative Associate Madeleine Foote:

    Besides the Beatles, the late 60’s and 70’s are also famous for producing many of our major environmental laws, most of which have been reviewed and updated by Congress over the years, except for one: the Toxics Substance Control Act (TSCA). Modernization has eluded TSCA, the law with the vitally important job of protecting our health from the risks posed by toxic chemicals in our everyday ...More

  • Blog Post 26 Jul 2012  |   Mike Palamuso

    LCV Talks Climate Deniers on MSNBC

    LCV Senior Vice President for Campaigns Navin Nayak appeared on MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews to talk about the Flat Earth Five, our new campaign to defeat five climate-denying House incumbents. Watch the video below.

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  • Blog Post 23 Jul 2012  |   Melissa Yeo

    Slashing Black Lung Protections

    Last week, anti-environment lawmakers in the House launched yet another attack on crucial safeguards on health and clean air. The Labor, Health and Human Services spending bill released Tuesday explicitly forbids the use of funds to develop limits on coal dust, which has been directly linked to black lung disease in coal miners.

    Black lung disease has killed more than 10,000 coal miners since 1995 – and the problem is only getting worse. Cases of black ...More

  • Blog Post 19 Jul 2012  |   Vanessa Kritzer

    Showdown on Energy Policy

    A debate between the presidential campaigns last week provided a glimpse of how the environment would suffer under a Romney Administration. The Romney campaign continued its track record of staying out-of-step with voters on clean energy issues, dismissing support for green technology and pledging to boost support for Big Oil.

    Representing the Romney campaign was Linda Gillespie Stuntz, former Deputy Secretary of Energy, who currently lobbies for BP and sits on the board of directors for ...More

  • Blog Post 13 Jul 2012  |   Melissa Yeo

    Green Roundup: July 13, 2012

    A new poll reports that most Americans believe in global warming, and majorities support government action to cut energy consumption. More than half of those polled believe that President Obama wants significant government action on global warming - only 11 percent say the same of Mitt Romney. [Washington Post] A separate report finds that over the next 12 months, 52 percent of Americans intend to reward or punish companies for their global warming-related behaviors ...More

  • Blog Post 12 Jul 2012  |   Melissa Yeo

    Safer Chemicals: A Bipartisan Priority

    Twenty-six senators are taking a bipartisan stand for safer chemicals in American households. On Monday, July 9, a group of lawmakers submitted a letter to EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson supporting efforts to regulate PBDEs, toxic flame retardants common in household furniture, electronics, and baby products that have been linked to neurological diseases, developmental problems, infertility, and cancer.

    Their letter comes on the heels of a Chicago Tribune series exposing how chemical manufacturers have misled the public ...More

  • Blog Post 11 Jul 2012  |   Melissa Yeo

    Green Roundup: July 11, 2012

    The U.S. broke 2,284 daily maximum temperature records and tied a further 998 in June alone. The country has seen 23,383 record high temperatures compared to 13,582 at this time last year. [Grist]

    Researchers have for the first time attributed recent floods, droughts, and heat waves to human-induced climate change, adding up to a stronger picture of our influence on the climate. [Guardian] According to a report by the National Climatic Data Center, the ...More

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