Slashing polluting emissions from medium- and heavy-duty vehicles is a critical part of our climate fight.
To fight climate change we need a strong and committed power grid operator that makes cleaning up our energy mix its first priority.
Despite the fossil fuel industry’s greenwashing, “renewable” natural gas still pollutes the climate and hurts our health.
“This bill is a thinly veiled attempt to shut out community input and roll back bedrock environmental protections like the Clean Water Act and the National Environmental Policy Act — effectively green-lighting scores of bad fossil fuel projects and stymying the just and clean energy transition President Biden says he supports,” said CLF President Bradley Campbell.
Victory at New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission Makes Electric Vehicles More Accessible for Granite Staters
The Commission recently approved Eversource’s plan to make electric vehicle charging stations more widespread throughout the state.
“We will see Shell in court for putting the New Haven community in danger of life-threatening toxic spills,” said Brad Campbell, President of Conservation Law Foundation. “These fossil fuel companies have been deceiving regulators and the public about the risk of the climate crisis for years. It’s past time for them to be held accountable for putting communities and the environment in harm’s way.”
Darrèll Brown, vice president of CLF’s Rhode Island Advocacy Center, talks about the organization’s work to hold Big Oil accountable for failing to prepare its coastal facilities for the climate impacts its polluting products have caused.
We must prepare our coastal communities for the increasing frequency and damage associated with high tide flooding. Here’s how.
Vermont has spoken. The other New England states have spoken. ISO hasn’t listened. We hope when ISO comes to Burlington on Sept. 8, they’ll finally listen to New Englanders and step up on climate change.
If the state Public Utility Commission approves this landmark deal, it will mark a victory for Vermonters and the climate.