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Indigenous Grandmothers Share Amazing Story of How They Fought Washington Gas’s Parent Company – and Won!

On Thursday, two indigenous grandmothers from the Mi’kmaq tribe in Canada will visit D.C. to share the amazing story of how they defeated Washington Gas’s controversial parent company AltaGas, which has been called “one of the worst fossil fuel companies in North America.

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D.C. Public Service Commission Unanimously Rejects Funding for Washington Gas’s Project Pipes 3

D.C. Public Service Commission Unanimously Rejects Funding for Washington Gas’s Project Pipes 3 CCAN Action Fund applauds PSC’s denial of $672 million for gas pipe replacement program that would raise rates, put public health at risk, and undercut climate goals The PSC’s decision means that, for now, ratepayers will NOT be on the hook for

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D.C. Public Service Commission Unanimously Rejects Funding for Washington Gas’s Project Pipes 3

D.C. Public Service Commission Unanimously Rejects Funding for Washington Gas’s Project PIPES On June 12, the D.C. Public Service Commission (PSC) officially REJECTED Washington Gas’s Project Pipes Phase 3 application. See more in this press release from Earthjustice. Statement from Naomi Cohen-Shields, D.C. Campaign Manager for CCAN Action Fund:  The PSC’s decision means that, for

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Announcing our exciting new EV Raffle Prizes. (Yes, you could win a Cybertruck!)

Announcing our exciting new EV Raffle Prizes! (Yes, you could win a Rivian or a Cybertruck!) Ever heard of the “EV grin?” It’s the smile you get on your face when you drive an electric vehicle (EV). It might come from the smooth, quiet ride, or the turbocharged, efficient accelerator. Maybe it comes from the

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Annapolis wrap up: We made climate progress…but not enough!

MD General Assembly Wrap Up: Progress on Climate… But Not Enough! The 446th annual session of  the Maryland General Assembly came to a close this week with decidedly mixed results for climate policies. With your help, we put pressure on lawmakers to advance several positive bills on offshore wind power, rooftop solar and energy efficiency. 

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MD Lawmakers Put $195M in Federal Funds at Risk by Gutting Key Part of Landmark “Climate Solutions Now Act”

MD Lawmakers Put $195M in Federal Funds at Risk by Gutting Key Part of Landmark “Climate Solutions Now Act” With funeral music from a New Orleans-style brass band on Lawyers Mall, climate groups saw a new amendment could kill part of the Building Energy Performance Standards that are key to winning a major U.S. EPA

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D.C. Attorney General and Climate Advocates Urge PSC to Pause Costly Gas Pipeline Project

Last week, the D.C. Attorney General (DCAG) asked the D.C. Public Service Commission (PSC) to “reconsider and reverse” its February decision granting Washington Gas an additional $50 million for its costly methane gas pipeline replacement project known as Project Pipes.

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