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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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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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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Conservation groups applaud court’s suspension of Mountain Valley Pipeline construction

The 4th Circuit Court of Appeals today sided with conservation groups and issued an immediate stay of Mountain Valley Pipeline’s stream and wetland crossing permits in southern West Virginia and
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Environmental Groups File Federal Lawsuit Over Air Pollution from Industrial Flares

Allies Sue EPA Over Failure to Update Inadequate, Decades-Old Standards for Controlling Toxic Emissions FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Thursday, October 29, 2020 Washington, D.C. – A coalition of ten environmental organizations today sued
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New Bombshell Analysis Shows Environmental Justice Impacts of Maryland Eastern Shore Pipeline Project

Activists Call on Board of Public Works to Reject Eastern Shore Pipeline Ahead of Key Decision Board of Public Works expected to issue or reject key permit in early November 
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FERC Grants Mountain Valley Pipeline Permit Despite Continued Doubts It Will Be Completed

Controversial Fracked Gas Pipeline Still Lacks Essential Authorizations WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) granted Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC (MVP) permission to resume construction, even though
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Maryland Poised To Risk Water and Climate With Del-Mar Pipeline Green Light from MDE

Maryland Department of the Environment Recommends DelMar Pipeline Construction Through Wetlands on Lower Eastern Shore  Annapolis, MD — Today, the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) removed a hurdle for the
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45,000+ Tell Dominion Energy: Fire Tom Farrell Immediately

Environmental advocates deliver massive nationwide petition to Dominion leadership, shareholders RICHMOND, VA — In the wake of the high-profile cancellation of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, environmental organizations announced that more
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Statement: CCAN Thanks the Public Service Commission for Offshore Wind Decision

TAKOMA PARK, MD – Yesterday, the Maryland Public Service Commission approved changes to the plans to build offshore wind turbines off the coast of Ocean City, Maryland. This decision allows
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