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.
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.
New England’s fishery managers have adopted a new plan to help the Gulf of Maine cod population bounce back.
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.
From better batteries to more public charging stations, electric cars can take New England winters like a champ.
Maine received our first snowfall of the season a few weeks ago. As I woke up on that Monday morning, I was greeted by flurries outside my window and the gentle rumble of my heat pump warming my home. Having lived in New England my entire life, I know our winters are no joke – and… Continue reading Why Are New England Electricity Prices Increasing This Winter?
Clean water is a fundamental human right, and we at CLF are dedicated to defending it.
“Rhode Island clearly has a lot of work to do when it comes to meeting the demands of the climate crisis,” said Darrèll Brown, Vice President of CLF Rhode Island. “The plan that the council approved today is a good first step, and it recommends some much-needed policies like electrifying transit fleets and expanding incentives for clean, efficient heat pumps. But this experience showed us how much time it takes to create an inclusive climate plan – we need to get to work now on the plan’s next iteration which is due in 2025.”
COP27 demonstrated once again that in the absence of leadership and accountability, good intentions on climate are no match for the power wielded by the fossil fuel industry.
Are fuels derived from crops and waste good climate solutions at scale? Short answer: No. Here’s why.