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Former Legislative Representative
Serving on the Policy & Legislation team until 2019, Jenifer covered the clean water and safe drinking water dockets.
By Jenifer Collins / Policy and Legislation Team
Congress is using a harmful, sneaky provision in a large must-pass spending bill to try and make it easier for EPA to repeal the Clean Water Rule without public or legal oversight.
Polluter-backed members of Congress are bent on putting forth an agenda that eviscerates vital safeguards, such as protections for clean water.
One year ago, we celebrated new clean water protections, but we still have a long way to go to achieve drinkable, swimmable, fishable waterways for all.
Senate Democrats, led by Senator Cardin (D-MD), recently introduced legislation to combat lead contamination in water and housing infrastructure.
Activists deliver piles of signatures and comments to the White House, urging the administration to safeguard ocean ecosystems against irreparable harm.
Today, Senators Michael Bennet (D-CO) and Ed Markey (D-MA) introduced legislation that would protect the coastal plain—the biological heart of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge—as wilderness.
Recent studies show invertebrates, which constitute up to 99 percent of the world’s biodiversity, may not be getting enough attention as they struggle to avoid extinction.
Our national parks are threatened by air pollution that harms the health of Americans as well as our natural history.
By Jenifer Collins / Alaska Office
Learn more about the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge straight from the women of the Gwich’in tribe in Alaska through Miho Aida’s film “The Sacred Place Where Life Begins: Gwich’in Women Speak.”
According to multiple studies, Earth has entered its sixth large-scale extinction. The last time extinction rates were this high was when dinosaurs were wiped out more than 65 million years ago.