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25 Feb 2016 - Study: California Methane Leak Largest in U.S. History - Methane is 24 times more potent in terms of effect on climate change.

25 Feb 2016 - Study: California Methane Leak Largest in U.S. History - Methane is 24 times more potent in terms of effect on climate change.

It's clear that fracking can never be made safe, but the EPA is developing important new rules to slash climate-damaging methane pollution from fracking. Take action today to make sure the EPA finally cracks down on the oil and gas industry.

It's clear that fracking can never be made safe, but the EPA is developing important new rules to slash climate-damaging methane pollution from fracking. Take action today to make sure the EPA finally cracks down on the oil and gas industry.

Our EDF Climate Corps fellows helped find nearly $1.3 billion in energy savings this summer! Congrats Carley, Scott & Daniel! #climatechange #energy #mba

Our EDF Climate Corps fellows helped find nearly $1.3 billion in energy savings this summer! Congrats Carley, Scott & Daniel! #climatechange #energy #mba

Study Finds Cancer-Causing Chemical in Nearly 100 Shampoos and Soaps | Chemical is cocamide diethanolamine (cocamide DEA) | EcoWatch

Study Finds Cancer-Causing Chemical in Nearly 100 Shampoos and Soaps | Chemical is cocamide diethanolamine (cocamide DEA) | EcoWatch

Methane, a greenhouse gas 70 times more potent than carbon, has been leaking out of a natural gas storage site in southern California for nearly two months.

Methane, a greenhouse gas 70 times more potent than carbon, has been leaking out of a natural gas storage site in southern California for nearly two months.

A new report from leading climate advocates today shows how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) can cut climate warming methane pollution in half—while dramatically reducing harmful, wasteful air pollution from the oil and gas industry at the same time—by issuing federal standards for methane pollution based on available, low-cost technologies and practices.

A new report from leading climate advocates today shows how the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) can cut climate warming methane pollution in half—while dramatically reducing harmful, wasteful air pollution from the oil and gas industry at the same time—by issuing federal standards for methane pollution based on available, low-cost technologies and practices.

We must protect our natural resources for our health and future generations. Join me and take action today.

We must protect our natural resources for our health and future generations. Join me and take action today.

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