Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a proposal to tighten restrictions on greenhouse gas emissions from fossil-fuel power plants. EPA proposed two new rules: one for existing coal and gas plants, and one for new gas plants. The largest facilities must make the earliest and most substantial carbon emission cuts, while retiring coal plants and peak-demand gas units face more lenient standards. New gas plants must implement the latest emission reduction technologies within a specific timeframe.
Team CCAN Bikes Through the Shenandoah Valley for Climate Action We did it! CCAN’s first ever (official) Climate Ride team participated in the Green Fondo Climate Ride in
Dominion Energy and Governor Youngkin unite behind corporate profit grab that would bankrupt Virginians and exacerbate climate change
Richmond, VA — Yesterday, Dominion Energy published its latest Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), which outlines a series of methods to meet energy demand in its territory. Dominion recommends making unprecedented
Chesapeake Climate Action Network is hiring two part-time summer interns to assist our organizing team in Virginia. An organizing internship is a terrific opportunity to develop your skills in outreach,
U.S. Forest Service lets Mountain Valley Pipeline rip through Jefferson National Forest – CCAN protests
Richmond, VA — Today, the U.S. Forest Service published its Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (FSEIS) for the controversial Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP), a proposed 303-mile fracked gas pipeline through
DESCRIPTION Chesapeake Climate Action Network (CCAN) works with partners across the Chesapeake region to promote renewable energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and stop the expansion of fossil fuel infrastructure. Our
Environmental and Justice Groups March on Biden’s EPA, Demanding an End to Delays on Power Plant Rules
“EPA: Please Stop Smoking!” rally demands that the agency break its bad habit of missing industry pollution rule deadlines, endangering our health and climate. LIVESTREAM HERE (Photos Below) WASHINGTON, D.C. –
US Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals upholds Mountain Valley Pipeline water permit; CCAN objects Richmond, VA — On March 29, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled to uphold the
Thousands call on Air Pollution Board to keep Virginia in RGGI Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative is widely supported by Virginians and law in the General Assembly – but Youngkin’s Air
Breaking news: Breaking news: Exxon ending all fossil fuel projects immediately! Did you hear? Exxon has had a change of heart and decided to end all fossil fuel projects immediately!