Clean Water Is Important For Everyone

Clean Water Is Important For Everyone

Mary Mata January 31, 2012

By Elizabeth Shope With just two months before World Water Day on March 22, NRDC, CARE & WaterAid in America have published our annual report about how the United States is doing in implementing the recommendations we […]

Latino Support Vital To Preserve Colorado River

Mary Mata December 6, 2011

Though its name might be a little misleading, the Colorado River flows through seven states, running over 1,400 miles through the U.S. Southwest before emptying out into the Gulf of […]

The Legacy Of Nobel Peace Prize Winner Wangari Maathai

Mary Mata September 27, 2011

By Jacob Scherr I awoke today to the sad news that Wangari Maathai, environmental leader and Nobel Prize winner, had died at age 71.   I first had contact with her in […]

California’s Blueprint For A Clean Energy Economy

Mary Mata September 6, 2011

By Kristin Eberhard Moments ago the Air Resources Board voted 9-0 to re-adopt and move ahead with the AB32 Scoping Plan — California’s blueprint for transitioning to a clean energy […]

Electric Cars Are Key To Sustainable Future

Mary Mata August 30, 2011

By Max Baumhefner There are thousands of Americans waiting and wanting to be a part of the technological evolution of the electric car industry, like the Nissan Leaf and the […]

Easy, Free Ways To Save Energy

Mary Mata July 5, 2011

Don’t forget the basics. This simple stuff will save energy — and money — right now. Unplug Unplug seldom-used appliances, like an extra refrigerator in the basement or garage that […]

Money-Sucking Vampires Emanating From Your TV & How To Save

Mary Mata June 28, 2011

By Noah Horowitz This week the cable TV industry is having their big annual meeting in Chicago. The meeting includes three days worth of in-depth technical sessions and it looks like […]