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Port of Savannah Shore Power Analysis

This study indicates that using shore power at the Port of Savannah would result in significant financial and fuel savings as well as emission reductions particularly for NOx, BC, CH4, and VOC. Anticipated emissions reductions and financial savings were calculated as described above and can be found in Tables 4 and 5.

Green New Deal Sign-On Letter

As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently warned, if we are to keep global warming below 1.5°C, we must act aggressively and quickly. At a minimum, reaching that target requires visionary and affirmative legislative action in the following areas.

Green New Deal Paper Petition

I am writing today to urge you to take immediate action to advance a strong Green New Deal, and to consider the following principles as the 116th Congress debates climate change legislation and momentum around the country builds for a Green New Deal.

Opposition to marine finfish aquaculture in US waters sign-on letter

Industrial ocean fish farming – also known as open ocean, offshore, or marine finfish aquaculture – is the concentrated cultivation of captive finfish in the ocean, in net pens, pods, cages, or other devices.

AQUAA Act Fact Sheet

The AQUAA Act (S. 3138/H.R. 6966) would bring industrial ocean fish farms to federal waters and endanger marine life.

People Power Now: An Energy Manifesto

As a movement we are powerful when we resist. We have to be – many of us are resisting projects that will destroy our lives and livelihoods, poison our food and water, pollute our air and tear our communities from their land and territories.

ECA Support for Coal in the Face of OECD Financing Restrictions (Korean)

This report analyzes potential and current support for coal plants by ECAs in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which includes most of the world’s largest ECAs (though, notably, not China).

ECA Support for Coal in the Face of OECD Financing Restrictions (Japanese)

This report analyzes potential and current support for coal plants by ECAs in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which includes most of the world’s largest ECAs (though, notably, not China). English version available here: https://1bps6437gg8c169i0y1drtgz-wpengine.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/ECA-OECD-Report-Japanese-English-translation.pdf

ECA Support for Coal in the Face of OECD Financing Restrictions

This report analyzes potential and current support for coal plants by ECAs in the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which includes most of the world’s largest ECAs (though, notably, not China).

The African Development Bank & Energy Access Finance in Sub-Saharan Africa: Trends and Insights from Recent Data

The African Development Bank (AfDB) launched the New Deal on Energy for Africa in 2016, which lays out AfDB’s strategy to help the continent achieve universal electricity access by 2025—a more ambitious timeline than the UN Sustainable Development Goal of universal energy access by 2030.