Feb 13, 2023
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.
Feb 09, 2023
Wood biomass electricity delays our transition to clean energy that won’t spew pollution and damage our climate.
Feb 09, 2023
To combat climate change, we need to switch to clean, renewable energy, and that needs to happen now.
Feb 07, 2023
As a skiing enthusiast, New England’s snowy slopes are my winter haven. But climate change is threatening them, and so much more.
Feb 02, 2023
CLF is working with New England communities and our partners to reform ISO-New England so it supports, rather than obstructs, our clean energy transition.
Feb 01, 2023
The gas industry is trying to convince us that electric stoves are inferior to gas stoves. But we’ve got the facts that make electric stoves sizzle with potential.
Jan 31, 2023
New England’s fishery managers have adopted a new plan to help the Gulf of Maine cod population bounce back.
Jan 30, 2023
All of us at CLF are reeling from and sharing in the national outrage over the murders and persecution of black people perpetrated and condoned by the police and other state actors. Racial justice is at the heart of climate justice, and we fight for both.
Jan 26, 2023
CLF’s Great Bay–Piscataqua Waterkeeper brings together partners and dozens of volunteers on annual cleanup to remove polluting debris from the estuary’s shoreline.
Jan 23, 2023
Phanuelle is an Environmental Justice Legal Fellow. Prior to joining CLF, she worked at WISE as the former Rural Advocacy Coordinator, where she advocated for and supported survivors of gender-based violence. Phanuelle is passionate about pursuing justice for marginalized groups, particularly Caribbean and Latin American immigrants, people of color, and residents of rural regions. Phanuelle holds… Continue reading Phanuelle Duchatelier