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

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…
Action Needed: Proposed Bill Would Weaken Clean Water Protections in Massachusetts
Over the past 15 years, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has been run by three different governors from both parties, but there’s been one constant – major cuts to DEP’s budget and staff, which have left the agency struggling to carry out its mission. And, with a hamstrung DEP, the threats of pollution…
Advocating for More Renewable Energy in Massachusetts
CLF is working with our partners to advance clean energy jobs for people in New England and to help make dirty fossil fuels a thing of the past. That’s what brought me to the State House recently, where I testified in favor of a strong renewable energy policy for Massachusetts. Updating Our Clean Energy Directives I…
More Evidence of Big Gas’s Bad Deal for New England
Big Gas’s claims about a dire need for new gas pipelines in New England are not based in objective fact. As CLF recently noted, electricity prices and demand are down, and we have ample gas available when we need it most. And, more importantly, large batches of clean energy resources will be coming online over…

 

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