Dispatch from a Hampton Roads Organizing Fellow

Hi, my name is Zion Claude and I just completed the inaugural Hampton Roads organizing fellowship for CCAN. I am a Savannah, Georgia native, so I was excited to work
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hands up in celebration

Letter from the Director: Closing Out 2020

Dear friends,  Have you finished exhaling yet? Joe Biden won! Donald Trump lost! The US Senate runoff races in Georgia won’t wrap up till January 5th, I know. But HOLY
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Welcoming our new Communications Director – Laura Cofsky!

Just a few weeks ago CCAN had the pleasure of welcoming our new Communications Director Laura Cofsky to our team and we are very excited to introduce you to her!
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New Patrick Gonzales Poll: Montgomery County Voters Are Highly Concerned About Climate Change and Want Major Action Soon, Especially on Solar Power

More than 75 Percent of Voters Say They Want a Concrete Plan, Within Six Months, that Will Lead to “Major” Pollution Cuts. Nearly 69 Percent Support Solar Power on Farmland
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Turning the page – End of a chapter for Comms Director Denise Robbins

Denise Robbins has spent the past four years as communications director of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network. Denise grew up in Madison, Wisconsin, went to college at Cornell in upstate
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Key Permit for Eastern Shore Pipeline APPROVED

CONTACT:  Laura Cofsky, laura@chesapeakeclimate.org, 202-642-9336 Anthony Field, anthony@chesapeakeclimate.org, 301-664-4068 Advocacy Groups Criticize Maryland Board of Public Works Decision in Wake of Climate Change and Justice Concerns ANNAPOLIS, MD – Leading
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Acid Mine Drainage: The Weirdest and Worst Fossil Fuel Impact You’ve Never Heard Of

In fall 2019, I moved from Minnesota to Washington, DC to attend George Washington University. My one and only pre-COVID semester was a rollercoaster in many respects, but in one
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SPRING INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY WITH THE CHESAPEAKE CLIMATE ACTION NETWORK: MOBILIZE OUR GRASSROOTS TO FIGHT CLIMATE CHANGE IN MARYLAND

DESCRIPTIONThe Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN) works with partners across the state to promote renewable energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and stop the expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure. Our campaigns
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New Regulation Puts Maryland at Forefront of Limiting Emissions from Gas Infrastructure

CCAN Looks to Maryland to Strengthen Rules Further to Fully Address Pollution and Community Concerns TAKOMA PARK, MD — On Monday, November 16th, regulations will go into effect aimed at
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Welcome to CCAN, Jamie DeMarco!

Welcoming our new Federal & Maryland Policy Director

Just a few weeks ago CCAN had the pleasure of welcoming our new Federal & Maryland Policy Director Jamie DeMarco to our team and we are very excited to introduce
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