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View Resource 20% Wind Energy by 2030

Wind power is capable of becoming a major contributor to America?s electricity supply over the next three decades, according to a report by the U.S. Department of Energy. The groundbreaking report, 2...

http://www.20percentwind.org/
View Resource 350

Last year, millions of people from nearly every country on the planet were united by a common purpose: to build a powerful global movement to solve the climate crisis. The slideshow on the left is...

http://www.350.org/
View Resource Alliance for Responsible Energy Policy

AREP supports wise policy that promotes renewable energy production in an environmentally friendly manner. Currently proposed renewable energy projects are almost entirely sited in vital habitats...

http://www.allianceforresponsibleenergypolicy.com/
View Resource Save Our Sound

The Alliance is a nonprofit environmental organization dedicated to the long-term preservation of Nantucket Sound. It was formed in 2001 in response to Cape Wind's proposal to build a wind farm in...

http://www.saveoursound.org/
View Resource U.S. Composting Council

The USCC is a national, non-profit trade and professional organization promoting the recycling of organic materials through composting. The USCC is the only national organization committed to the...

http://www.compostingcouncil.org/
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