Reports and publications

  • Newsletter April 1999

    Type: Newsletter

    Date: April 1, 1999

    This newsletter provides information on fishing quotas, climate change, the Dell partnership, perils for wildlife, and looking to the future.

  • 1998 annual report [PDF]

    Type: Information about EDF

    Date: December 1, 1998

    Learn about our organization, staff, mission, and achievements of 1998.

  • Newsletter November 1998

    Type: Newsletter

    Date: November 1, 1998

    This newsletter covers BP's promise to cut greenhouse gases, a new $500 million chemical testing program, global warming effects on cities, eleven tip

  • PPA Newsletter Fall 1998

    Type: Newsletter

    Date: September 1, 1998

    Sustainable Communities Updates: Cleveland: The Sustainable Cleveland Partnership Launches Environmental Health Action Guide.

  • Newsletter September 1998

    Type: Newsletter

    Date: September 1, 1998

    This newsletter covers global warming and sea level rise, factory farm pollution, cleaning up shrimp farms in Texas, phony science and the Kyoto Proto

  • PPA Newsletter Summer 1998

    Type: Newsletter

    Date: June 1, 1998

    EDF's Chemical Scorecard Puts Pollution Data Online. 1996 Data To Soon Be Available.

  • Osprey Watch Summer 1998

    Type: Newsletter

    Date: June 1, 1998

    Main feature - "The Osprey Society: Taking the Long View."

  • Newsletter June 1998

    Type: Newsletter

    Date: June 1, 1998

    This newsletter covers Scorecard, land preservation to protect waterways from farm runoff, preserving key reforms in the Federal transportation bill,

  • Newsletter April 1998

    Type: Newsletter

    Date: April 1, 1998

    This newsletter covers the Kyoto Agreement, overnight shipping waste, "No-Take" fishing zones, protecting endangered species, and Western water justic

  • Newsletter January 1998

    Type: Newsletter

    Date: January 1, 1998

    This newsletter provides information on farm runoff control, cutting smog on the East Coast, carpooling benefits, rainforest conservation, Doug Hopkin