Washington


Coca-Cola Breaks Pledge Not to Advertise to Kids (Again)

, science and policy analyst, Center for Science and Democracy

Coca-Cola has pledged globally not to advertise to children under 12 since 2013 and has even included its pledge in the headlines of its own press releases. It was because of this quite public vow that I was so shocked to see the world’s largest beverage company blatantly market to kids right here in my hometown of Washington, DC. Read more >

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How Much Did Sea Levels Rise Over the Past 50 Years? A Lot If You Live on the U.S. Gulf or East Coasts

, , senior climate scientist

Sea levels are rising so fast along the U.S. East and Gulf coasts that some places have seen a greater increase in the last 50 years than the global average over the past 130 years. Read more >

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Energy-Water Collisions Hit Washington’s Radar

, senior energy analyst, Clean Energy

This summer’s power plant water troubles have folks in Washington looking for answers on energy-water issues. Thank goodness. Read more >

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Tulips, Tyranny…and Gratitude

, sr. Washington rep., Center for Science & Democracy

It’s springtime in Washington, my favorite season in our nation’s capitol. The cherry blossoms have faded, but the bright red tulips are standing erect like soldiers in Lafayette Park, across from the White House. The streets are clogged with tourists and school groups, taking pictures, looking at the monuments, a bit dazzled by Washington’s beauty. Read more >

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