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Blue Vision Summit: A Time to Come Together to Advocate for Our Oceans
by Jennifer Felt

This week, ocean advocates convened at the Blue Vision Summit in Washington, D.C., to rally support in defense of our blue movement and to discuss solutions to some of the ocean’s toughest challenges. This three-day meeting brought together some 500 participants from across the country, first to meet with members of Congress and, second, to…

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Tell Scott Pruitt: You Can’t Repeal and Replace Clean Air and Clean Water
by Carol Gregory

Back in February, President Trump issued an executive order requiring government agencies to review and evaluate all existing regulations on the books. This is all in service to an earlier executive order that says federal agencies must axe two regulations for each new one they create. We have an opportunity right now to speak up…

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Keeping Maine’s Feet to the Fire on Solar Progress
by Emily Green

Solar power offers a clean, affordable solution to dirty fossil fuels. So CLF is fighting a regressive new rule from the Maine Public Utilities Commission that threatens to punish solar panel owners and keep Maine from moving forward.

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Guest Blog: We Are All “Invested” in New Hampshire’s Water
by Mindi Messmer

Mindi Messmer represents the Seacoast towns of Rye and New Castle in New Hampshire’s House of Representatives. She has been an environmental consultant for 25 years, working with businesses, banks, and the U.S. government on the presence of environmental contaminants. This blog was originally published as an article in Less Cancer Journal. I am a…

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