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The Future of Energy

The Future of Energy
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US President’s plan to cut carbon pollution

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announces first-ever national limits on carbon pollution from existing power plants, the single-largest source of carbon pollution in the United States.


Myths and Facts: Cutting Carbon Pollution

Article ThumbToday, as part of the President’s plan to cut carbon pollution, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) unveiled the first-ever national limits on carbon pollution from existing power plants, the single-largest source of carbon pollution in the United States. The steady, responsible steps EPA is taking today will help prevent up to 6,500 premature deaths and spare American children as many as 150,000 asthma attacks a year. It will also eliminate waste, save Americans money on their electric bills, and spark innovation and job creation.

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The Future of Energy

Article ThumbThe Future of Energy: Lateral Power to the People is a positive, fun film that focuses on energy solutions and the people behind the renewable energy revolution. It's a love story about people re-imagining their relationship to the planet, and falling back in love with the Earth and each other.

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Earth Protect features AU Youth Climate Coalition, one of its over 50 nonprofit partners

Article Thumb We're doing something that no-one's ever done in Australia before – bringing together youth organizations and thousands of individual young people to be a political force to be reckoned with on climate change.

Our mission is to build a generation-wide movement to solve the climate crisis, through uniting diverse youth organisations around this common challenge. Through our member groups, we inspire, educate, empower and mobilise young Australians to take action on climate change. We coordinate, communicate and network with each other, and run shared projects and campaigns.

learn more about the AYCC here

Stoked on the Coast Student Film Contest

sponsored by Earth Protect and the CA Coastal Conservancy

Are you stoked on the coast? One more month left to enter!

Get behind the camera and prove it! Heal the Bay invites young California filmmakers in grades 5-12 to express their passion for the ocean by creating a short film for our first ever Student Film Festival! Whether it’s mild, wild, silly or serious, your film should be as fresh and original as you are.

In addition to an exclusive screening event, all entries will be in the running for the Grand Prize, awarded to the filmmakers who most compellingly depict their connection to the coast.

Submissions will be accepted for just one more month until July 1, so start stoking your inspiration!

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