Mar 23, 2023

Kate Sinding Daly

Kate Sinding Daly is Senior Vice President of Law and Policy at the Conservation Law Foundation. She was previously the inaugural executive director of NorthLight Foundation, which focuses on advancing equitable and enduring solutions for environmental and human health. She spent about a decade at the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), first as a senior attorney and deputy director of… Continue reading Kate Sinding Daly

Mar 16, 2023

What Is Energy Efficiency?

Energy efficiency is not just about conserving energy or changing your old lightbulbs. It’s about getting more bang for your buck with every appliance – and making sweeping changes so that every level of our economy can do the same.

energy efficiency saves both money and electricity
Mar 06, 2023

Penobscot River Dam Owner Violating Federal Endangered Species Act

“We have sued Brookfield over its ESA violations on the Kennebec,” Mahoney said. “In light of Brookfield’s disregard for the ESA on the Penobscot as well, we need to consider all available options to ensure it meets its legal obligations. And that holds true for the federal agencies – FERC and NOAA Fisheries – responsible for enforcing Brookfield’s hydropower license and compliance with the Act.”

A dam in Skowhegan, ME on the Kennebec River. Robby Virus via Flikr
Mar 02, 2023

Winds of Change

With at least nine new offshore wind farms geared to start spinning in New England by 2028, now is the moment to consider what thoughtful and inclusive offshore wind infrastructure looks like.

Construction of an offshore wind turbine