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Is Fracked Gas Really Banned in New York? – Opinion Piece

As a founding member of Stop NY Fracked Gas Pipeline, I am greatly concerned about Governor Cuomo’s proposal for a new fracked gas power plant to be built in the Sheridan Hollow neighborhood of Albany.

Although the governor banned fracking in New York State due to the health hazards of fracked gas, he continues to […]

Don’t let Eversource punish people who choose solar!

Don’t let Eversource punish people who install solar panels on their home with confusing new charges. Urge your legislators to stand strong for Massachusetts’ clean energy leadership.

Utilities hate competition. And they have no qualms about trying to […]

Which Way Will the Wind Blow? Sheridan Hollow Power Plant event

Please attend a public forum about fracked gas, health problems and environmental racism from the proposed Sheridan Hollow power plant. The event will be at the First United Methodist Church, 1 Gilligan Road, East Greenbush on Monday, June 25 at 6:30 pm.

Featured speakers include Merton Simpson, Albany County Legislator of Sheridan Hollow […]

April 28 Green Energy News

Headline News:

“Earth to Pruitt: Americans Say Keep Clean Power Plan – Again” • One thing echoing through the halls of Capitol Hill is that Scott Pruitt is far out of touch with both the public he is supposed to protect and the mission of the EPA. That is clear in his remorseless defense of […]

Extreme Weather and the Climate Crisis e-book

Every new year seems to arrive on the heels of another unfortunate climate record set. And 2017’s is among the most startling: Climate-related and other natural disasters caused a staggering $306 billion in total damages in the US, making last year by far the most expensive one on record for disasters in the country.

And […]

Opponents to Offshore Drilling Called to Attend Federal Agency Public Meeting on New Drilling Plan

Urging protection of people, wildlife, communities, and local economy

 

Concord, NH — On Monday, March 5, 2018, the public is invited to drop in from 3 pm to 7 pm at the Holiday Inn, Main St. Concord, NH to participate in an open house style public information session concerning the federal proposal to allow […]

Willful ignorance, and what to do about it

Gov. Phil Scott doesn’t support the ESSEX Plan to reduce electricity costs and put more money in Vermonters’ pockets. And despite the fact that the plan has the support of business leaders, low income advocates, and environmentalists, he doesn’t want to learn about it either.

That’s willful ignorance, and Vermonters deserve better.

If […]

Live webcast – Holding fossil fuel companies liable for climate change – Jan 25

The Union of Concerned Scientists and the Emmett Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at University of California—Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Law invite you to a timely and stimulating conversation exploring whether and how the fossil fuel industry can be held liable for the harms climate change is inflicting on communities across the […]

Power On Puerto Rico

In response to the ongoing humanitarian disaster in Puerto Rico, a group of U.S. solar companies and a global disaster relief agency are mobilizing to bring portable emergency power trailers to remote areas of the unincorporated U.S. territory.

Roughly 40% of Puerto Rico is still without power and clean drinking water after the catastrophic Hurricane […]

Farm & Food Economy Report to VT Legislature

Workforce development critical to sustain local food economy

2017 Farm to Plate Annual Report shows successful implementation of Vermont’s food system plan has created need for more farm and food workers to meet food business expansion goals due to increased consumer demand

Montpelier, Vt. – Representatives of the Vermont Farm to Plate Network […]