Statement Of Principles For Environmental Justice Legislation
Letter to Chairman Raúl Grijalva and Rep. Donald McEachin of the House Committee on Natural Resources offering support and comments on a proposed statement of principles for environmental justice legislation, from CPR's Richard Murphy, Sidney Shapiro, and James Goodwin, August 24, 2019.
Author(s): Richard Murphy, Sidney Shapiro, James Goodwin
Congress Should Support Clean Energy Research and Development
Can the Appalachian Trail Block a Natural Gas Pipeline?
Choose Clean Water Coalition Follow-Up Letter to EPA on Chesapeake Bay WIPs
CPR joined other members of the Choose Clean Water Coalition in a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency, taking it to task for failing to ensure that the Watershed Implementation Plans (WIPs) submitted by the Chesapeake Bay states were adequate to achieve the 2025 pollution-reduction goals. August 5, 2019.
Trump Trashes the Environment, Calls It Leadership
New Issue Brief Explains Why Carbon Pricing Is Essential – But Not Sufficient on Its Own – to Combat Climate Change
Carbon Pricing: Essential But Insufficient
Carbon pricing continues to be a hot-button issue, a promising tool in the effort to stave off climate change, but one roundly opposed by industry. In her June 19 issue brief, CPR's Alice Kaswan argues that carbon pricing is necessary, but both practically and politically insufficient for achieving a clean energy transition. June 2019.
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Author(s): Alice Kaswan
Regulation as Social Justice Convening Briefing Memo
In this briefing memo for participants in CPR's June 5, 2019, Regulation as Social Justice conference, James Goodwin sets the table for discussions aimed at devising reforms for the regulatory system so that it can do a better job promoting social justice and addressing unmet community needs.
Author(s): James Goodwin
Letter to EPA on 2019 Chesapeake Bay WIPs
CPR joined 35 other members of the Choose Clean Water Coalition in comments to EPA on the 2019 Watershed Implementation Plans submitted by the Chesapeake Bay states, noting that the plans "do not ... provide the necessary assurances and accountability." May 24, 2019.