Tell Governor Hogan: No Pipeline Under the Potomac!


The Eastern Panhandle Pipeline Expansion would run fracked gas through Maryland under the Potomac River and the C&O Canal through Hancock.

Governor Hogan has the authority to stop this pipeline and keep Maryland truly frack-free.

Tell Governor Hogan to reject the pipeline under the Potomac today!



Urge Virginia Leaders to Join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative!
Virginia now has the opportunity to join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a regional carbon trading program proven to cut emissions and create revenue. By joining RGGI, Virginia would receive up to $200 million per year to invest in climate resilience and clean energy solutions.

The only way for our leaders to meet our demands for the strongest and most just cap on carbon possible is to take bold action and formally join RGGI! Sign the petition to Virginia leaders today!take-action-button

Washington, D.C.

Fight Climate Change in D.C. While Increasing Family Incomes!

We know that putting a price on carbon is one of the most straightforward and cost-effective ways to fight climate change. By making fossil fuel polluters pay for the real and damaging costs of their emissions, we can unleash the clean energy solutions we need, and make DC families better off in the process.

Add your name to the petition below to pass a “carbon fee” in Washington, D.C. while rebating nearly 100% of the revenue to all city residents.



More Actions

Pledge to Resist the Atlantic Coast & Mountain Valley Pipelines

The Atlantic Coast & Mountain Valley Pipelines for fracked gas will put our land, water and climate at risk.

We’ve asked for protection from local officials. We’ve petitioned, called, lobbied, rallied, and marched. But our voices have not yet been heard.

Pledge to engage in serious, dignified, peaceful civil disobedience to stop these fracked-gas pipelines in their paths.





Fight Crude Oil-by-Rail in Baltimore

Oil trains travel in close proximity to Baltimore homes, schools, churches, and major economic hubs like the Inner Harbor.

Now, it’s time for the Baltimore City Council and Mayor Pugh to take action and prohibit the construction of new crude oil terminals in our city.

Tell your City Council Member and Mayor Pugh to address the risks of oil trains running through Baltimore.