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  • Blog Post 15 Oct 2014  |   Andrew Seifter

    Gardner Peddles False Chamber Report to Attack Clean Power Plan

    At the Colorado Business Roundtable candidates energy forum this week, Senate candidate and Dirty Dozen member Cory Gardner (R-CO) falsely attacked the EPA’s Clean Power Plan by citing a thoroughly debunked study by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

    At the forum, Gardner stated: “According to IHS, a company headquartered right here in Douglas County, [the EPA’s power plant carbon pollution] regulations will increase costs to the economy by $50 billion.” Gardner was referring to a ...More

  • Blog Post 10 Oct 2014  |   Mark Sheridan

    President Obama Permanently Protects Los Angeles' Backyard

    Today President Obama used his authority under the Antiquities Act to designate the San Gabriel Mountains as a national monument. His action permanently protects nearly 350,000 acres of the Angeles National Forest, just outside of Los Angeles.

    First used by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1906, the Antiquities Act has been used by 16 presidents from both political parties to protect some of our most beloved natural resources and landscapes. The San Gabriel Mountains, visited by ...More

  • Blog Post 08 Oct 2014  |   Zach Drennen

    Tar Sands Project Cancellation: Another Win for the Climate

    The flawed argument that tar sands development is inevitable with or without the dangerous Keystone XL pipeline took another hit last week, as Statoil, a major Norwegian oil company, announced that it was putting a large planned tar sands project named Corner on hold. Along with other canceled oil projects, Total SA and Suncor Energy’s Joslyn mine project and Royal Dutch Shell’s Pierre River mine, that makes three major cancelled projects this year. Together, ...More

  • Blog Post 03 Oct 2014  |   Mark Sheridan

    Saying Goodbye to Flame Retardants

    For decades, the furniture in our homes, including the couches most of us sit on every day, has been loaded with toxic flame retardants. Although Congress has yet to reform our nation’s broken chemical law, the Toxic Substances Control Act, actions by states and companies and the continued push by environmental, health, labor, and other organizations has led to exciting changes that will reduce our exposure to harmful flame retardants.

    The use of flame retardants ...More

  • Blog Post 30 Sep 2014  |   Hannah Blatt

    Those Calling for Action on Climate Change Are Gaining Momentum

    “We are the first generation to feel the sting of climate change, and we are the last generation that can do something about it.”

    -Washington Governor Jay Inslee

    (Photograph of Gene Karpinski, LCV President and Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs at the People’s Climate March)

    Governor Inslee’s quote rings true, and nowhere was the sting of climate change more apparent than this past week in New York City when the climate crisis took center ...More

  • Blog Post 26 Sep 2014  |   Mark Sheridan

    President Obama Protects America's Ocean Paradise

    For the 12th time in his presidency and the third time this year, President Obama is using the Antiquities Act to set aside areas for conservation. This week, he announced an expansion of the Pacific Remote Islands Marine National Monument. The preserve, about 1,000 miles from Hawaii, consists of three uninhabited islands and dozens of underwater seamounts in remote waters of the Central Pacific Ocean.

    In 2009, President George W. Bush established the preserve using the ...More

  • Blog Post 08 Sep 2014  |   Andrew Seifter

    Leaked Audio Reveals True Agenda of Koch-Backed Candidates

    Here at the League of Conservation Voters, we are committed to making sure that voters know when candidates share the Koch brothers’ agenda of propping up the dirty energy industry and dismantling environmental protections. Using ad spending reports, voting records, debate responses, and more, we track the money Koch-backed front groups are pouring into these races, and how these candidates in turn stand with the Kochs on issues like defending Big Oil’s subsidies and ...More

  • Blog Post 05 Sep 2014  |   Olivia Noble

    Happy 50th To Two Great Conservation Laws

    September 3rd marked the 50th Anniversary of the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) and the Wilderness Act. The Wilderness Act alone has helped preserve nearly 110 million acres of pristine land while the LWCF has funded over 40,000 projects to preserve open spaces in every single state. As our country continues to grow and expand in new ways, these laws have ensured that these spaces remain open. With climate change upon ...More

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