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In the Path of the Storm

Weather disasters kill or injure hundreds of Americans each year and cause billions of dollars in damage. The risks posed by some types of weather-related disasters will likely increase in a warming world. Scientists have already detected increases in extreme precipitation events and heat waves in the United States, and climate science tells us that global warming will likely lead to further changes in weather extremes.

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News Release | Environment Virginia Research and Policy Center

9 out of 10 Virginians Live in Areas Hit by Recent Weather Disasters

A new Environment Virginia Research & Policy Center report finds that weather-related disasters are already affecting hundreds of millions of Americans, and documents how global warming could lead to certain extreme weather events becoming even more common or more severe in the future.

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News Release | Environment Virginia

Environment Virginia, Congressman Jim Moran, and the BlueGreen Alliance Give Springtime Energy-Saving Tips and Tour Local Super-Efficient Home

Congressman Jim Moran, the Blue Green Alliance and local leaders joined Environment Virginia on a tour of a super-efficient home owned by Scott Sklar in Arlington, VA.   The groups outlined top tips for home and business owners to reduce their energy use and protect our environment.

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Report | Environment Virginia Research & Policy Center

Five Top Tips for Energy Spring-Cleaning

With spring-cleaning around the corner, Environment Virginia, Congressman Jim Moran, and the BlueGreen Alliance came together today to outline top tips for home and business owners to clean up their energy use and protect our environment.

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Over 60 attend Alexandria Town Hall Meeting on Climate

On March 13, over sixty activists and concerned citizens attended a Climate Legacy Town Hall meeting in Old Town Alexandria sponsored by Environment Virginia and the Sierra Club.

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