CCAN honors today, February 4, Transit Equity Day and the birthdate of civil rights advocate Rosa Parks. In 1955, Ms. Parks helped spur a national movement against racist Jim Crow
Chesapeake Climate Action Network seeks a passionate advocate work on Capitol Hill and help pressure federal agencies to fully implement the historic climate provisions of the Inflation Reduction Act. This
You don’t need to look hard at census data to see that Virginia and Georgia aren’t very different. With booming populations, a host of technology entrepreneurs and a business-friendly climate,
Op-ed by Jamie DeMarco initially published in The Daily Record. Offshore wind is bringing union careers to Maryland, lowering utility bills, and improving our health, but the turbines under development
The Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) is 0-4 on first down conversions. The red zone is nowhere in sight, and the clock is running out. Why are people still betting on this team?
The 2023 General Assembly session is around the corner, and the partisan fearmongering has unfortunately already begun. Republicans pre-filed seven bills to repeal clean car standards.
The Chesapeake Climate Action Network seeks a passionate organizer dedicated to uplifting community leaders in central Virginia to take on the climate crisis. We will tailor this position to the experience
New Report: Major Offshore Wind Development Will Save Marylanders Money with Economic, Environmental, and Health Benefits
Offshore wind prices could fall to half the cost of current electricity prices by 2031, under best case scenario
Proposed regulation would pull Virginia out of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, which was enacted by the legislature, delivers hundreds of millions of dollars to the state, and has overwhelming public support.
Maryland County of One Million People Moves to Eliminate Fossil Fuel Use in New Buildings by 2026 ROCKVILLE, MD – In a vote with national implications for climate policy, the