News Release | Environment Ohio

President Recommits to Tackling Global Warming in Inaugural Address

President Obama concluded his second inaugural address. Environment Ohio State Policy Advocate Julian Boggs made the following statement in response

News Release | Environment Ohio

Kasich’s Commitment to Renewable Energy in Doubt

A week after Governor John Kasich’s power commission, the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) voted to send the developers of the largest solar farm east of the Rockies back to the drawing board, the governor has kept quiet on the project and questions about his administration’s support of clean energy. This comes even as PUCO’s chairman Todd Snitchler has become embroiled in controversy regarding a series of tweets revealing skepticism of the scientific consensus around global warming and a bias against clean energy.

News Release | Environment Ohio Research & Policy Center

New report outlines vision for how Cincinnati can become region’s solar energy leader

Cincinnati –The solar panels on top of the College Hill Rec Center are not the first to grace Cincinnati’s rooftops and a new report suggests that there may be many more to come. Standing outside the Rec Center today, Environment Ohio released a new Environment Ohio Research and Policy Center report that outlines a vision for how Cincinnati can become the region’s solar energy hub. The report – Building a Solar Cincinnati: How the Queen City can harness the sun to power its future – provides a roadmap to help put Cincinnati on track to get 10 percent of its energy from the sun.

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Wind Energy in Ohio Prevents as Much Global Warming Pollution as Taking 19,000 Cars Off the Road Each Year

Cleveland – As the summer’s unprecedented heat and drought prompt Ohioans to call for action tackling global warming and the rise in extreme weather, Environment Ohio released a new Environment Ohio Research and Policy Center report today that shows Ohio’s current power generation from wind energy displaces as much global warming pollution as taking 19,000 cars off the road per year. The Environment Ohio report also shows that wind power saves enough water to meet the needs of 1,500 Ohioans.

News Release | Environment Ohio

Global Warming Threatens World Coffee Production

In honor of National Coffee Day, Environment Ohio is holding a Coffee Clutch in Cincinnati to show Ohioans how climate change caused by carbon pollution is making it harder for coffee lovers to enjoy their cup of Joe because of lower crop yields and higher prices. Environment Ohio is urging support for the Environmental Protection Agency’s recently proposed limits on industrial carbon pollution from new power plants, which will not threatens only our morning cup of coffee, but also the health of American children and families.

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