Air pollution is harming the health of millions of Americans, but key actions can clean up our air and protect our wellbeing.
The Latest on Clean air
Statement: 12 new Superfund sites signal a boost for EPA’s toxic waste cleanup program
Statement: Federal electric truck, bus investments help to slash air pollution, reduce climate emissions
DOT announces new round of Alternative Fuel Corridors
Toxic waste cleanups are lagging. We need polluters to pay to clean up their messes.
Congress must reinstate Polluter Pays Tax to speed up toxic waste cleanups
What You Can Do
Take action for clean, electric school and transit buses
Urge EPA Administrator Michael Regan to tighten clean air rules
Funding the Future of Superfund
Trouble in the Air
A Perfect Storm
Biden promises action on climate change during event at former coal plant
President Joe Biden took his campaign to slow down climate change and speed up our transition to clean energy to the site of the former Brayton Point coal-fired power plant on Wednesday.
Reinstated ‘polluter pays’ tax goes into effect, protecting Americans from toxic waste
A chemical excise tax to fund Superfund toxic waste site cleanups nationwide will go into effect on Friday, reinstating one of several “polluter pays” taxes that had been allowed to lapse 26 years ago. The EPA’s Superfund program is responsible for cleaning up the country’s most hazardous waste sites.
Panelist discussion offers insights on the future of ‘Superfund’ funding
The U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) and the Environmental Protection Network (EPN) hosted a webinar panel on Friday that celebrated the reinstatement of the “polluter pays'' tax that will help fund the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) “Superfund” toxic waste cleanup program over the next decade.
Retailers can do a better job protecting the public from gas stove pollution.
When it comes to selling stoves, there’s no better way to enrich lives than by helping families choose electric options that are safe and clean.
Are gas stoves bad for the climate?
The climate enemy you didn’t realize was hiding in your kitchen.