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Raising our voices for cleaner air

Together with our allies across the country, we’ve delivered more than 800,000 comments to the EPA in support of strong clean air standards. Further, here in Virginia, dozens of activists showed their support for cutting carbon pollution at a forum put on by Environment Virginia and key allies.

News Release | Environment Virginia

Threat to wildlife in focus as offshore drilling comments continue

From spills soaking sea birds in oil, to seismic exploration putting whales and dolphins at risk, each stage of offshore drilling threatens precious Atlantic marine life, says an analysis from Environment Virginia. The new document detailing the threats drilling poses to sea animals comes as federal officials hold informational meetings and take comments from the public about their proposal to allow oil and gas rigs off Virginia's coast and the rest of the southern Atlantic.

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Report | Environment Virginia

Drilling is Tragic for Marine Life

Virginia's coasts are home to stunning wildlife, incredible beaches and the Chesapeake Bay. Unfortunately offshore drilling is putting our natural heritage and marine life at risk. Read Environment Virginia's new fact sheet on how the Obama administration's proposed drilling off the Atlantic Coast threatens Virginia's marine life.

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News Release | Environment Virginia Research and Policy Center

Virginia’s Major Polluters Spending $5,140,000 to Pollute Politics

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News Release | Environment Virginia

Obama administration to put Virginia coastline, beaches at risk

Today the Obama administration proposed opening up huge swaths of the Atlantic Ocean to offshore drilling, putting large stretches of the nation’s coastline, including some of its most beloved beaches from Virginia to Georgia, at risk of a devastating spill.

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Report | Environment Virginia Research & Policy Center

More Wind, Less Warming

American wind power already produced enough energy in 2013 to power 15 million homes. Continued, rapid development of wind energy would allow the renewable resource to supply 30 percent of the nation’s electricity by 2030, providing more than enough carbon reductions to meet the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan.

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