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New video shows the science of fracking

Why is fracking such a terrible idea for California? Learn more about the science behind the dirty drilling in this new video and take our action calling Gov. Brown to shut the door on fracking in our state for good. 

Report | Environment California Research & Policy Center

Shining Cities

America’s major cities have played key roles in the clean energy revolution and stand to reap significant benefits from solar energy adoption. Los Angeles leads the nation in total installed solar PV capacity, followed by San Diego, Phoenix, Indianapolis and San Jose.

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Report | Environment California

California’s Biggest Polluters Spending $3M to Pollute Politics

Environment California released its "Polluting Politics" report shortly after the introduction of a House bill to block the EPA’s clean water rule to restore Clean Water Act protections to thousands of waterways in California and across the country.

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You can’t make good beer with bad water | Russell Bassett

Americans care about clean water for a whole host of reasons – fishing and swimming, protecting wildlife, and safe drinking water. But as I was reminded last week by Jenn Vervier at New Belgium Brewing, clean water is also vital for excellent beer.  Understanding that great beer takes great water, many of America’s breweries have come out in support of the proposed clean water rule. Noticeably absent from the list of the rule’s supporters, however, is America’s biggest brewery: Anheuser-Busch. 

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News Release | Environment California

New Ballot Measure Threatens California’s Coast and Ocean.

Sacramento, CA- The California Secretary of State has just certified a ballot measure to repeal the California ban on single use plastic bags (SB 270). Out-of-state single use plastic bag companies paid over $3 million dollars 98% from out of state to repeal the popular law.

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News Release | Environment California

“Today, the pen was mightier than the pipeline.” – Michelle Kinman, Environment California

As anticipated, President Obama vetoed legislation to force approval of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline today. Environment California’s Michelle Kinman issued a statement.

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