Big Gas and Oil and utility companies are urging us to use hydrogen like we do other fossil fuels – which will damage the climate and our health
Clean energy can help us slash the carbon pollution driving heat waves, storms, and floods.
New England is no stranger to ice storms, of course, and the Texas power grid is very different from ours. But we can still heed lessons from the Texas crisis – especially as we look at the future pressures our grid will face because of our changing climate.
From better batteries to more public charging stations, electric cars can take New England winters like a champ.
Are fuels derived from crops and waste good climate solutions at scale? Short answer: No. Here’s why.
Slashing polluting emissions from medium- and heavy-duty vehicles is a critical part of our climate fight.
A rule that governs one of New England’s electricity markets, the Minimum Offer Price Rule, has been extended for two years. Here’s why that’s a bad deal for New Englanders.
These polluting products are two sides of the same coin, and Big Oil and Gas are the culprits.
As nearly every New England state has instituted mandatory cuts to climate-damaging pollution, the term “net zero by 2050” has popped up a lot. What does it even mean?
Climate laws create mandatory targets to slash polluting emissions – and we’re continuing to advocate for them throughout 2022.