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Act Now to Cut Methane!

To ensure EPA finalizes the strongest possible methane safeguards, we need as many people as possible to weigh in during the comment period through February 13th. We can protect our communities and the climate from methane pollution, ensuring cleaner air and healthier communities. Tell EPA not to let this opportunity slip away!
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One Simple Way to Fight Climate Change: #CutMethane

Methane is the second largest pollutant contributing to climate change and has also been proven to be a massive human health concern - contributing to asthma, cancer and other public health issues. We can - and must - curb the methane threat with stronger regulatory action.
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Enact Transportation Equity in Maryland

Public transit and smart transportation planning are some of the most important tools that local and state governments have to fight climate change and reduce structural inequalities. Transportation decisions should improve local air quality, rather than drive greenhouse gas emissions, and reduce economic inequality instead of excluding working-class communities from the opportunities we need to thrive.
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Governor Murphy’s Road to Nowhere

Currently, 40% of New Jersey’s greenhouse gas emissions come from the transportation sector. Spending billions of dollars on road expansion while mass transit remains underfunded completely misses the urgency of the climate moment we are in.
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The climate friendly solution to hot summer days in Boston

Massachusetts residents struggled with extreme heat earlier this month during a week-long heatwave that drove temperatures up to 98 degrees. In Dorchester, where Betsy Drinan lives, days can get up to 15 degrees hotter compared to nearby rural areas.

For 20 years, Betsy has lived on the third floor