Reports and publications

  • Article on New currents of cooperation on California’s wicked water problems in CalMatters

  • EDF Exclusive After Hours Museum Open House

    Type: Podcast

    Date: May 14, 2019

    How are we tracking the chemical fire’s toll on the physical and mental well-being of people in Houston and surrounding counties, and how can we work to develop tailored interventions to help people in the aftermath of large-scale disasters?

  • EDF Climate Membership Evening

    Type: Webinar

    Date: May 9, 2019

    Learn about the growing signs of climate change, its adverse impacts, and what EDF and others are doing in response.

  • Spring 2019: Power in the prairie

    Type: Solutions newsletter

    Date: May 1, 2019

    America’s prairie once supported an abundance of wildlife. Then it became the world’s breadbasket. EDF is helping restoring the balance between agriculture and the environment.

  • A new report provides the most comprehensive dataset ever collected about on-farm nitrogen management practices in North Carolina to identify fertilizer solutions that increase operational resilience, and improve economic and environmental outcomes.

  • The Great Climate Race

    Type: Podcast

    Date: April 17, 2019

    Learn about the growing signs of climate change, its adverse impacts, and what EDF and others are doing in response.

  • How smart congestion pricing will benefit New Yorkers

    Type: Column/Article

    Date: April 9, 2019

    Why congestion pricing will benefit New York residents—an interview with economist Juan Pablo Montero

  • Pathways for Alternative Compliance

    Type: Report

    Date: April 4, 2019

    A regulatory framework that encourages innovation takes advantage of the fact that technology makes it faster and cheaper to understand the world, and creative methods using these new technologies can enable better detection, mitigation, and monitoring to reduce waste and protect the environment.

  • Environmental Defense Fund’s Lindsay McCormick discusses a pilot project to test for and remediate sources of lead in water at child care facilities.

  • After years of hard work and difficult negotiations, a historic seven-state agreement to conserve Colorado River water is facing its last hurdle: Congress.