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What do you get for the monument that has it all? | Kelsey Lamp

As we celebrate the Northeast Canyons and Seamounts Marine National Monument’s fifth birthday, the only thing it really needs is full protection.

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News Release | Environment America Research & Policy Center

New report outlines key ways to reconnect nature through wildlife corridors

“For too long a labyrinth of roads, fences and sprawl has penned animals into smaller and smaller habitats,” said Wendy Wendlandt, president of Environment America Research & Policy Center.  “The key now is to connect these small habitat ‘islands’ through corridors. Doing so can give wildlife the space they need to hunt, mate and migrate.”

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Report | Environment New Hampshire Research & Policy Center

Safe for swimming?

Americans love clean water. Every year, millions of us flock to our waterways to swim, surf, or go tubing, kayaking or fishing. That’s why the federal Clean Water Act set a goal of making all our waterways safe for swimming. Yet our research finds that all too often our beaches are still plagued with pollution, and millions of swimmers get sick every year. To dramatically reduce this pollution, we must boldy invest in improving our water infrastructure.
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News Release | Environment America Research & Policy Center

New report: 328 beaches nationwide were potentially unsafe for swimming on at least a quarter of days tested

 With millions of Americans returning to the beach this summer, a new report warns that more work is needed to ensure that all waters are safe for swimming.

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Report | Environment New Hampshire Research & Policy Center

Blocking Rooftop Solar

Solar power is helping move the United States toward a future of 100% renewable energy, while reducing global warming pollution, cleaning up the air in our communities, and empowering homeowners and business owners to generate their own electricity. And increasingly, solar power can do all that at a lower cost than electricity produced from fossil fuels.

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