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Public Hearing: Vermont Gas Systems Rates
by Sandy Levine

The Vermont Public Service Board will be holding a public hearing on a planned rate increase and use of customer funds to support expansion of Vermont Gas facilities. Vermont Gas Systems – Rates & Use of Customer Funds for Pipeline Thursday evening, June 16, 2016  7:00 p.m  Colchester High School 131 Laker Lane, Colchester, VT Climate…

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Taking Big Gas to Court
by Veronica Eady

Yesterday, CLF appeared before Massachusetts’ Supreme Judicial Court in a case that could dramatically impact our climate future in the Commonwealth and across New England. At the heart of the case is whether the state’s Department of Public Utilities can force businesses and families to finance multi-million-dollar investments in new natural gas pipelines and other…

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Maine Can Lead New England into a Clean Energy Future
by Ben Tettlebaum

Right now, Maine – along with the rest of New England – is shaping its energy future. In the next month, the Maine Public Utilities Commission (PUC) will decide whether the state becomes the first in the region to enter into a contract for a massive, polluting natural gas pipeline. In a proceeding that has taken more…

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Weather Woes, Climate Innovation
by Sandy Levine

The region’s rollercoaster weather, with the warmest winter in recorded history, followed by frigid temperatures now, calls out for taking bold action to tackle climate change. Never-ending muddy roads and expanding potholes wreak havoc on our cars. More rain than snow makes for terrible skiing. The icy pavement and sidewalks have sent more than one…

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CLF’s Next 50 Years: Shaping the World We Want for our Children and Grandchildren
by Bradley Campbell

2016 is a pivotal year for CLF.

This is the year that CLF turns 50. Since 1966, we have turned impossible odds into incredible milestones, protecting the things we all love about New England – our beautiful coasts and ocean, our mountains, our farms and forests – to ensure that our communities, our friends, and neighbors can thrive.

But, celebrating our first 50 years is not about looking backward. It’s about laying a strong foundation for our fight for New England’s future and the healthy, thriving world we want our children and grandchildren to inherit 50 years from now.

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CLF Takes Next Step in Fight against Massive New Kinder Morgan Pipeline
by Melissa Birchard

In our drive to stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline’s march through New England, today Conservation Law Foundation officially intervened to oppose the oversized and unnecessary project at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (“FERC”). We are confident that Kinder Morgan will not be able to justify this project economically if FERC carefully assesses the regional need…