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Presidential Proclamation 1974:

“To love America is not to care only for her freedoms, her promise, her institutions through which our great people strive for larger greatness. It is also to love the land and to cherish that which has sustained our people both in body and spirit from our earliest days on this vast continent.

“In recent times we have understood that however rich and beautiful, our land is finite and that our waters and air must be used as any other resource—with care and respect for their value. The celebration of Earth Day in 1970 was the first national acknowledgement of this understanding, and in the succeeding four years we have done much to insure that America the beautiful—the heritage of our generation—will be preserved and passed on as a legacy to generations yet unborn.”

April 22, 2019, marks the 49th anniversary and 50th observance of Earth Day ― a day intended to inspire awareness and appreciation for the earth’s natural environment. In 1969, organizers started Earth Day in response to a massive oil spill in waters near Santa Barbara, California. To celebrate, this edition of Stats for Stories presents U.S. Census Bureau statistics about energy and the environment. 

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Key Stats:

Source: 2012 Economic Census, 2016 County Business Patterns, and 2017 American Community Survey, 1-Year Estimates.

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More Stats:

From the Newsroom > Stats for Stories:

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From the Library:

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From the Industry Statistics Portal, Guide to All Data Sources:

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Stats by Topic:

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Renewable Energy:

Source: 2017 American Community Survey, 1-Year Estimates.

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Source: 2016 County Business Patterns.

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Source: 2012 Economic Census.

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Commuting to Work:

Source: 2017 American Community Survey, 1-Year Estimates.

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Means of transportation and travel time to work, including carpooled, public transportation, walked and bicycle, for the United States, 50 states, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

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Sex of workers by means of transportation to work, including carpooled, public transportation, walked and bicycle, for the U.S., 50 states, District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

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Working in the Nuclear and Forestry Fields:

Source: 2016 County Business Patterns.

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Building a House:

From Census.gov › Business & Industry › Construction:

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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle:

Source: 2016 Annual Survey of Manufactures.

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Source: 2016 County Business Patterns.

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Source: 2007 and 2012 Economic Censuses. 

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Revenue:

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Source: 2017 Service Annual Survey and administrative data. The table below includes NAICS 485 Transit and ground passenger transportation, NAICS 5621 Waste collection, and NAICS 5622 Waste treatment and disposal.

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