Front and Center

New Report:
Catching the Rain

Flooding has caused significant damage in Texas in recent years, and pollution from stormwater runoff poses a persistent threat to local waterways. As more land is paved over and climate change increases the frequency of heavy rains, the risk of flooding is likely to increase. Catching the Rain explains how green stormwater infrastructure can be a cost-effective, environmentally-friendly way to limit future damage from flooding and stormwater pollution.

Other Recent Highlights 

  • Tony Dutzik spoke with Marketplace about new car fuel efficiency standards announced by the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • CNBC covered our report with U.S. PIRG Education Fund on increasing overdraft fees at many banks.
  • Tony Dutzik joined speakers including Charlie Ticotsky, policy director for Transportation for Massachusetts, and Robin Chase, the cofounder of Zipcar, to release Fast Forward, a new report on how innovative mobility technologies like autonomous vehicles will impact Massachusetts.
  • Grist highlighted our chart showing "the United States’ mind-blowing clean energy potential."