Environmental Protection Agency

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Mercury (No Longer) Rising

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Feb 14, 2012 BY Christine York
Over the last year, the Environmental Protection Agency worked hard to pass regulations for coal-burning power plants to limit the emissions of mercury and other toxic pollutants into our air, water, and food. A set of regulations called the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) for power plants, which the EPA developed through extensive research over the last 20 years as a part of the Clean...
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Mercury and the Unborn

Jan 23, 2012 BY Administrator
This 30-second ad was part of the Evangelical Environmental Network’s ad campaign “Mercury and the Unborn.” Adapted from 60-second radio ads, these 30-second television ads feature Pastor Tracy, an Evangelical mom and pastor who gives a heartfelt plea to citizens to urge their senators to support the mercury rules proposed by the EPA. Planet Vox provided editing, stock footage research and...
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NRDC Action Fund

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Mar 18, 2011 BY Administrator
Earlier this week, we headed over to NRDC Action Fund to work with their Communications Director, Matt Howes, to produce a short call to action video urging constituents to call their Representatives to stop Congress from taking away the EPA's ability to enforce the Clean Air Act. Shooting HD on our Panasonic HPX-500, we interviewed Jamie Consuegra, a climate advocate with the NRDC Action Fund...