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The Path to a Clean Lake Champlain is Still Unclear
by Rebekah Weber

While there’s still a long road ahead, CLF is cautiously optimistic about the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new pollution limits for Lake Champlain. These new limits – also known as a Total Maximum Daily Load or TMDL – dramatically reduce the amount of pollution allowed to enter the lake. The limits focus specifically on phosphorus…

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Funding for Pioneer Valley Public Transit Improvements Restored
by Caroline Cox

On Monday, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) Board of Directors took a major step in ensuring that millions of riders in the Pioneer Valley have a transit system that can meet their needs. In its announcement of adding $500 million to the state’s five-year capital investment plan, MassDOT righted its previous omission and included…

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Video: Roseann Bongiovanni on Industry near the Mystic River
by Justin Hawk

Conservation Law Foundation is suing ExxonMobil over the corporate giant’s deliberate campaign of deceit about climate change – which put local communities here in New England at risk. The company’s failure to fortify its oil storage facility in Everett against climate impacts could result in catastrophic spills of oil and other toxic pollution into the Mystic River…

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This Week on TalkingFish.org – June 13-17
by Allison Lorenc

June 14 – Fish Talk in the News – Tuesday, June 14 – In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, Gloucester hosts an invitation-only event on fish stock assessments; no ‘bait-to-plate’ leaves big gaps for fish fraud; the New England Aquarium launches a new research center; for the first time in decades, herring are spawning…

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This Week on TalkingFish.org – June 6-10
by Allison Lorenc

June 7 – Fish Talk in the News – Tuesday, June 7 – In this edition of Fish Talk in the News, South Shore groundfishermen are skeptical of electronic monitoring; Maine and Canadian scientists say American lobster is not invading European waters; NOAA announces $11 million in funding for U.S. fisheries projects; NOAA looks to expand…

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Happy Global Wind Day!
by Allison Lorenc

As climate change continues to impact our lands, oceans, wildlife, and even our day-to-day activities, finding ways to power our homes and businesses with clean, renewable sources of energy is becoming more critical. New England hasn’t been immune to climate fallout: Gulf of Maine is one of the fastest warming bodies of water on the…

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Energy Efficiency: Back on the Chopping Block
by Ben Tettlebaum

One year ago, CLF was fighting to ensure Maine’s energy savings champion – Efficiency Maine Trust – could receive the funding needed to reduce your electricity bill, create clean-energy-sector jobs, strengthen the economy, and lower greenhouse gas emissions. CLF and our allies won that battle. But the war is not over. This year, the fight turned to whether Efficiency…

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