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Better Housing Policy Is Better Climate Policy: Green Insight (2)

Climate change is hitting home everywhere. Just in the last few weeks, extreme heat, floods, and fires have all come to look like part of the new abnormal, and few places are safe. New York is issuing air quality alerts because of wildfires some 3,000 miles west.

Dakota Access Pipeline Operators Likely to Be Fined Over Safety

A federal pipeline regulatory agency has put the operators of the Dakota Access pipeline on notice of probable safety violations—including for not looking at spill risks—and a proposed fine of $93,200, according to a new notice filed in a Washington, D.C., court.

HILL ENERGY BRIEFING: Water Flashpoint Emerges on Infrastructure

The Senate in April overwhelmingly passed legislation (S. 914) that would invest more than $35 billion over the next five years in drinking water and wastewater infrastructure. But senators, including Environment and Public Works Chairman Tom Carper (D-Del.), yesterday said some funding discrepancies over water have cropped up in the bipartisan infrastructure negotiations.

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The Long Fight for Environmental Justice Continues

Environmental justice gained traction in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Forty years later, impacted communities still have limited legal options to combat negative environmental impacts.

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