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News Release | Environment Florida Research & Policy Center

Trump administration’s ‘Dirty Power Plan’ will increase air pollution and climate risk in Florida

Tampa, FL -- Today, the Trump administration announced its Dirty Power Plan, which will increase air pollution and severe climate impacts across the nation, threatening the health of millions of Americans. The citizens of Florida and all Americans deserve better.

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Turning Up the Volume on Offshore Drilling Opposition | Jennifer Rubiello

Back in January, when the Trump administration announced plans to open 90 percent of U.S. coastlines to drilling, the opposition protested loudly. At Environment Florida Research & Policy Center, our take on the administration’s plan is this: it’s a disaster. Our coasts are too beautiful and the risks are too great, as the world saw with the Deepwater Horizon explosion.

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News Release | Environment Florida

Environment Florida laments feds’ decision to repeal Clean Car Standards

Today, the Trump administration announced new vehicle emission guidelines which roll back the existing Clean Car Standards. This regressive move will get rid of our nation’s best climate change mitigation program, which is cutting future carbon emissions more effectively than any other current federal policy.

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News Release | Environment Florida Research & Policy Center

Florida drives ahead with electric vehicles; lags behind in energy efficiency, renewables

Florida is headed in the right direction when it comes to electric cars. Since 2008, Florida ranks 4th out of all 50 states in the number of electric vehicles sold and has installed the 2nd-most publicly available charging stations in the nation, according to a new report released today by Environment Florida Research & Policy Center.

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Report | Environment Florida

Shining Cities 2018: How Smart Local Policies Are Expanding Solar Power in America

Solar power is expanding rapidly. The United States now has over 53 gigawatts (GW) of solar photovoltaic (PV) capacity installed – enough to power 10.1 million homes and 26 times as much capacity as was installed at the end of 2010.[1] Hundreds of thousands of Americans have invested in solar energy and millions more are ready to join them.

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