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Dominion Energy Abandons Gas Infrastructure Plans Due To Passage of Virginia Clean Economy Act

Dominion Energy Abandons Gas Infrastructure Plans Due To Passage of Virginia Clean Economy Act

Statement: Dominion’s IRP a “Snowball” In Forthcoming “Avalanche” of Companies Abandoning Gas Plans RICHMOND, VA — On Thursday, April 2, Dominion Energy signaled a shift…
From DC to CA: internships in the time of corona

From DC to CA: internships in the time of corona

By Mark Shipley DC to California  “Are they really cancelling our program?!” A friend in my internship program in DC texted me on March 10.…
Fighting Climate in the Time of Coronavirus

Fighting Climate in the Time of Coronavirus

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to unfold, we at the Chesapeake Climate Action Network and CCAN Action Fund are working hard to adjust our…
Court Rules in Favor of Environmental Groups on Hazardous Air Pollution from Power Plants

Court Rules in Favor of Environmental Groups on Hazardous Air Pollution from Power Plants

Decision by U.S. Court of Appeals Forces EPA to Reconsider Loophole from Pollution Limits During Startups Washington, D.C. – In a major victory for environmental organizations,…
Virginia Clean Economy Act: A Big Step Forward on Climate Policy

Virginia Clean Economy Act: A Big Step Forward on Climate Policy

House and Senate Pass “Virginia Clean Economy Act” on Tuesday, Feb 11 By Mike Tidwell When it comes to clean energy policy, environmental activists nationwide…
Governor Hogan’s Plans to "Kick-Start" a Gas Expansion Across Maryland

Governor Hogan’s Plans to "Kick-Start" a Gas Expansion Across Maryland

While other states and cities are moving away from powering homes and buildings with gas—a potent climate pollutant—Maryland Governor Larry Hogan plans to spend $6.5…