Caitlin Peale Sloan

Senior Attorney CLF Massachusetts @cpealesloan

Caitlin Peale Sloan is a Senior Attorney for CLF Massachusetts working in the Clean Energy & Climate Change and Clean Water & Healthy Forest programs. Caitlin works on a number of issues related to CLF’s Coal Free New England 2020 initiative and protection of New England’s waters. Before assuming the role of Staff Attorney, Caitlin was a legal fellow at CLF working primarily on Clean Air Act litigation. Caitlin is an active member of the Massachusetts Womens Bar Association New Lawyers Committee. Caitlin holds a J.D. from Columbia University School of Law and a B.A. in Government from Colby College. Caitlin is admitted to practice in Massachusetts. Outside of work, Caitlin loves running, baking, and reading epic fantasy series.


Recent Posts

We Can’t Let Offshore Wind Stall Out in New England
Update: Mayflower Wind has just been announced as the winner of the second Massachusetts offshore wind bidding process. Like Vineyard Wind’s project, it would provide roughly 800 megawatts of power to families and businesses across New England. Now, Mayflower Wind and the offshore wind selection committee will negotiate the final contract and move forward with…
Despite Energy Efficiency Ranking, Massachusetts Is Losing Ground
For almost a decade, Massachusetts has led the nation in energy efficiency programs. But is the Commonwealth really doing enough to save its residents’ money and fight the climate crisis, or is it resting on its laurels? Every three years, Massachusetts creates a new strategic plan to guide energy efficiency work. Over the summer, the…
Pet Deaths Underscore Need for Urgent Action on Toxic Algae
A version of this blog was previously published on June 14. In the last couple of weeks, the news has reported tragic stories of healthy dogs dying shortly after swimming in toxic algae-choked waters. These stories highlight the dangers of the algae pollution problem here in Massachusetts, where dog owners have been warned to keep…
Polluted Runoff Threatens Charles River
The next time it rains, take a close look at puddles in a parking lot. You’ll likely see an unsettling rainbow shimmer of oil. That oil doesn’t stay put in those puddles. Instead, the rain pushes it over the asphalt and into the nearest body of water, gathering other pollutants as it goes. The Charles…
If We Act Fast, Massachusetts Can Still Make Progress on Clean Energy
While Massachusetts has made solid progress on clean energy, much work remains if we want to protect our families and businesses from the devastating effects of climate change. The magnitude of the transition before us – moving to virtually 100 percent clean energy in every sector of our economy – allows no rest or time…

 

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