December 15, 2014 // The health and future of the Great Lakes region, which provides drinking water to millions of people, is at grave risk from tar sands oil pipeline expansions, according to a new report by the National Wildlife Federation.
More can be done to improve water resources planning
"The Governor missed a critical opportunity to build a thriving new offshore wind industry in New York."
"A pipeline spill there would have catastrophic consequences for the Great Lakes and region's environment and economy."
Stopping proposed Missouri levee is "a civil rights issue."
"It’s time for Congress to provide stability and predictability to clean energy incentives."
"We are excited that this bill includes protection for hundreds of thousands of acres of public land on the Rocky Mountain Front and the North Fork of the Flathead River."
"If we act now, we can rebuild greater sage grouse populations."
"We can’t undo what was done, but we can make sure that every penny flowing from the disaster is spent on scientifically-sound restoration efforts."
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