Comments on Credits for Production of Clean Hydrogen
Letter from PSR and other groups to the IRS opposing loopholes in hydrogen credits that could increase emissions by incentivizing fossil-based hydrogen production.
Letter to Congress on FY24 Appropriations Bills
Letter signed by PSR and partner groups, telling Congressional leaders to reject anti-environmental “poison pill” riders that would undermine the critical climate wins included in the Inflation Reduction Act, as well as agencies’ ability to carry out their work.
Letter to U.S. Forest Service on Carbon Capture and Storage
Letter signed by PSR and partner groups to the U.S. Forest Service objecting to a proposed rule that would allow carbon capture and storage (CCS) on public land.
Letter to EPA on Clean Air
Letter to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Michael S. Regan urging the EPA not to delay on several key air pollution and climate change standards.
Letter to Department of Energy on CP2 LNG Facility
Letter to Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm urging the DOE to not approve the application for the CP2 LNG export facility proposed in southwest Louisiana, citing climate impacts.
Letter to Biden on LNG Terminals
Letter to the Biden Administration signed by PSR and other organizations, urging the end of permitting for liquified natural gas (LNG) export terminals, citing climate impacts.
Letter to Biden: Approve Strong Phase 3 Truck Standards without Delay
Letter signed by PSR and other health groups calling on the Biden Administration to urgently prioritize finalizing strong new greenhouse gas standards for heavy-duty vehicles.
Environmental Groups Oppose FY24 Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education Appropriations Bill and Amendments
The League of Conservation Voters led 15 environmental organizations in sending the below letter to the House of Representatives urging Members to oppose H.R. 5894 and a number of anti-environmental amendments.
COP28: The world needs a transformational outcome, not more voluntary pledges
Letter to the COP28 presidency from PSR and 320 other organizations calling for an equitable global energy transition that phases out fossil fuels — the primary cause of the climate crisis.