The Cleanest Air in 25 Years

Say Yes to a Cleaner Environment

There is no question – we can rely on American natural gas and oil and leave a better environment for future generations. Natural gas is providing cleaner, more efficient ways to power our families, communities and nation.

Environmental Progress

Carbon and other emissions are at their lowest in 25 years because of clean energy technologies. Natural gas is even making wind and solar possible by providing always-available back up power.

Global Leader

The U.S. is now the global leader in both energy production and emission reductions. The evidence is clear that we can protect our environment and communities while expanding energy access and production.

  • In recent years, America’s natural gas companies and oil have invested $90 billion in low- and zero-emission technologies, representing 30 percent of all U.S. investments in this area.
  • New “smart” technologies, carbon capture, and advanced leak detection are reducing emissions and making energy development safer for our environment and communities.
  • Today’s cars run 99 percent cleaner than cars produced in 1970. Overall U.S. air pollution has declined 73 percent since 1970—even as our economy grew 253 percent.

Did You Know?

  • Cleanest air in 25 years
  • U.S. air pollution has declined 73 percent since 1970

Supporters in your
community

The best way to determine if a new technology is sustainable, is to let it live or die according to the decisions of a free people spending their own money in a free marketplace. This is the only way we will identify truly sustainable renewable fuels to power our economy.

Brian W.

Fall Creek, WI

I have experienced damage to my outboard motor and chainsaw caused by ethanol. Ethanol increases both the cost of fuel in my car and the cost of food on my family’s table. Now some want to increase the government mandate and require we use more ethanol. We should be ending the mandate, not expanding it!”

Rich S.

Burlington, WI

I think natural gas is something that we’re realizing, more and more, that if you bring it in, you can do a lot with it.”

Susan O.

Wisconsin

I don’t think that energy is a partisan issue – the use of natural gas should be in everyone’s best interest.

Lorrie K.

Wisconsin

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