The two-year Massachusetts legislative session is down to the wire, scheduled to end this Friday. Some key environmental justice and climate bills are in play, and now is the time to ramp up pressure and get them across the finish line. We can’t afford to wait till next year on either of these issues. If you live in Massachusetts, now’s a great time to let your legislators hear that you want action, and you want it now. Read more >
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July 28, 2020 4:45 PM EDT
July 20, 2020 5:30 PM EDT
Offshore wind is at a key juncture right now. And your voice can help take it to the next level.
May 26, 2020 10:20 AM EDT
If you need some good news at a time when there’s plenty of the less-good sort, try this: Renewable energy is crossing some really important milestones in its contribution to the US power sector. The latest involve its generation relative to coal’s: A year-to-date performance for renewables that is dramatically above any previous year’s, and a streak going on right now that hints at where our electricity supply needs to head, with renewables overtaking fossil fuels day by day. Here’s why we’re hitting those milestones. Plus some important next steps—for keeping the transition going, and making sure everybody has an opportunity to be part of the change. Read more >
May 18, 2020 11:52 AM EDT
The latest analysis of clean energy job losses in the US shows that the news is even worse than expected. As of the end of April, the toll stood at almost 600,000 US clean energy workers out of work, and the number seemed certain to climb.
Movie Review: Michael Moore’s “Planet of the Humans” Traffics in Myths, Errors, and Dangerous Misdirection
May 2, 2020 9:37 AM EDT
A new film produced by Michael Moore perpetuates a range of anti-clean energy myths, peddles outdated facts and dubious allegations, and ends up with a conclusion that is as dangerous as it is wrong. Read more >