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Our country’s schools are past due for an upgrade to improve the safety and resiliency of the buildings that more students are returning to every day. That’s why the Alliance is calling on Congress to pass the Open Back Better Act,...

This week, the Biden administration released details about its much-anticipated infrastructure package. The American Jobs Plan aims to address the critical needs of our nation...

The federal government is the largest energy user in the United States, and the Department of Defense uses more energy annually than any other agency, accounting for more than three quarters of the entire federal...

It looks like 2021 might actually be the year for infrastructure on Capitol Hill. After months of infrastructure week jokes, there is bipartisan agreement, due to both the urgent need for repairs and the opportunity to stimulate job growth, that it’...

The 2021 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook, the ninth annual joint report on the state of the clean energy sector published by the Business Council for Sustainable Energy and BloombergNEF, provides a comprehensive overview of how the United States’...

In the United States, buildings present a significant, scalable opportunity to reduce carbon emissions. The World Resources Institute found that all buildings – new and existing – must be ...

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