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Study: Hundreds of beaches found not safe for swimming

On the wrong day at the wrong beach, swimming could make you sick.

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News Release | Environment Arizona

New study: U.S. clean energy use has accelerated during the past decade

Since 2009, the United States has increased its solar power generation 40-fold and upped its electric production from wind by more than 270 percent, according to a new report released today by Environment Arizona Research & Policy Center and Frontier Group. The study also highlights advances in energy savings, the increased use of energy storage and the tremendous growth of electric vehicle sales.

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Report | Environment Arizona Research and Policy Center

Safe for Swimming?

The Clean Water Act, adopted in 1972 with overwhelming bi-partisan support, had the farsighted and righteous goal of making all our waterways safe for swimming. Yet 46 years later, all too often, Americans visiting their favorite beach are met by an advisory warning that the water is unsafe for swimming.

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News Release | Environment Arizona Research and Policy Center

Environment Arizona Research & Policy Center releases revised report on water pollution at beaches

Following questions raised about data in the original version of our “Safe for Swimming?” report released Tuesday, July 23, Environment Arizona Research & Policy Center is rereleasing its study about fecal bacteria in waters off U.S. beaches.

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News Release | Environment America

Environment America highlights 12 outdoor destinations, brought to you by the Land and Water Conservation Fund

America is beautiful for many things, including purple mountain majesties and fruited plains. But protecting and preserving America’s natural wonders requires sustained stewardship -- and money.

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