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Winter 2017

Saving the monarch [PDF]

EDF is working with farmers to rescue the beleaguered butterfly.

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Fall 2016

Utilities: A time to choose [PDF]

Some power companies are embracing the clean energy future. Others remain mired in the past. How EDF is fighting to bring them around.

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Summer 2016

Taking the Hill [PDF]

After a 20-year struggle, EDF helps win bipartisan chemical reform

Spring 2016

Exposing a Climate Threat [PDF]

In California, EDF’s infrared images revealed the biggest known methane leak in U.S. history. How do we stop the next one?

Winter 2016

Power Switch [PDF]

EDF is helping put the clean energy revolution within everyone’s grasp.

Fall 2015

Next stop, Paris [PDF]

Strong new commitments by the U.S. and China raise hopes for progress.

Summer 2015

Sea Change [PDF]

How EDF is helping fishermen around the world return the oceans to health.

Spring 2015

The China Paradox [PDF]

China burns as much coal as the rest of the world combined. It is also the world’s largest investor in clean energy. See how EDF is helping it go green.

Winter 2015

Blueprint for climate stability [PDF]

Global carbon emissions have been climbing for more than a century. EDF has a plan to reverse that trend by 2020 — and turn the corner toward climate stability.

Fall 2014

A Fishery on the Rebound [PDF]

On the West Coast, fishermen show they can be good stewards of the sea.

Summer 2014

Green power comes home [PDF]

Cheap green electricity is no longer a pipe dream. How you can slash your utility bill and short-circuit climate change.

Spring 2014

Guardians of the Amazon [PDF]

At home in the forest, Brazil’s Kayapo are key actors in the fight against global climate change.

Winter 2014

The Fix-it Brigade [PDF]

What young climate activists are teaching Apple, Caterpillar and other Fortune 500 companies.

Fall 2013

Colorado comes clean [PDF]

The state has transformed into a testing ground for a low-carbon future.

Summer 2013

Net gain: Saving the oceans [PDF]

Can 45 million fishermen help save the oceans?

Spring 2013

Forest defender [PDF]

Today’s environmental challenges are different from those of the 20th century. So are the people solving them.

Winter 2013

The new normal? [PDF]

A season of extreme weather triggers a national debate on climate resilience—and action.

Fall 2012

Delta rising [PDF]

Launching the most ambitious environmental restoration project in the nation’s history.

Summer 2012

Protecting the great predators [PDF]

Sharks are among the oldest surviving animals on Earth. Can we save them?

Spring 2012

The clean air wars [PDF]

EDF’s tenacious legal team holds the line against the Clean Air Act’s biggest opponents.

Winter 2012

Wise investments [PDF]

Snowfall in California’s High Sierra supplies much of the state’s fresh water. What is the true value of such a resource?

Fall 2011

Dawn in New England [PDF]

A brighter future for america’s most troubled fishery.

Summer 2011

We can do it [PDF]

Moms unite to take on polluters and pols—and anyone else who threatens their kids.

Spring 2011

Congress to kids: Breathe less! [PDF]

Defying science and the Supreme Court, the U.S. House is waging a reckless war on America’s clean air protections. But at what cost to our children?

Winter 2011

Truce in the Delta [PDF]

In California, water makes deserts bloom and cities grow. Can it now save the environment?

Fall 2010

A perilous recovery [PDF]

As the Gulf struggles to its feet, the region unites to save an ecosystem vital to people and nature.

Spring 2010

A greener Walmart [PDF]

In search of a more sustainable future, the retail giant focuses on China.

Winter 2010

Power to the people [PDF]

Building the national electric grid of the future-today!

Fall 2009

Sharing the catch [PDF]

Fishermen embrace a new approach to solve overfishing.