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Clean Energy Report Card tracks progress.

In 2011, our report, Ohio's Clean Energy Report Card, showcased the remarkable progress Ohio is making with renewable energy. But our report also showed how each utility is doing on their goals, helping to shape the conversation about clean energy in Ohio.

Report | Environment Ohio

Shalefield Stories

Across the country, fracking is contaminating drinking water, making nearby families sick with air pollution, and turning forest acres into industrial zones. We believe it is vital for the public to hear directly from people living on the frontlines of fracking, and so Environment America Research & Policy Center is supporting the Shalefield Stories project—a booklet designed and published by local activists where people impacted by fracking tell their stories, in their own words.

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News Release | Environment Ohio

Environment Ohio activists gather to combat global warming in 2014

Columbus, OH – On a cold winter evening, Environment Ohio’s Columbus-based activists came together at Brothers Drake Meadery in the Short North to jump-start their 2014 campaign to advance global warming solutions.

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Report | Environment Ohio

Wind Energy for a Cleaner America II

Burning fossil fuels to generate electricity pol- lutes our air, contributes to global warming, and consumes vast amounts of water—harm- ing our rivers and lakes and leaving less water for other uses. In contrast, wind energy produces no air pollution, makes no contribution to global warming, and uses no water.

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News Release | Environment Ohio

New Report: Wind Energy Yields Major Environmental Benefits for Ohio; Reducing Pollution and Saving Water

Cleveland, OH – Wind energy is on the rise in Ohio and is providing huge environmental benefits for the state, according to a new report released today by Environment Ohio. Ohio’s wind energy is already avoiding more than 597,613 metric tons of climate-altering carbon pollution – the equivalent of taking 124,503 cars off the road, while saving 267,007,000 gallons of water per year – enough to meet the needs of 10,602 people.

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News Release | Environment Ohio

Press Release: Lucas County and City of Athens Public Officials Stand Alongside Environmental Groups in Support of President Obama’s Climate Action Plan

Columbus, OH – Today, Tina Wozniak, Lucas County Commissioner, and Jennifer Cochran, Athens City Councilwoman spoke out in favor of President Obama’s Climate Action Plan along with climate allies around the state, including Environment Ohio, National Wildlife Federation (NWF), Audubon Ohio, Sierra Club, and Ohio Interfaith Power and Light (OHIPL). Climate change is already impacting Ohio’s families and communities therefore, it is the responsibility of public officials around the state to stand in support of climate action.  

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