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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 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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ICYMI: D.C. Councilmember Allen Joins Interfaith, Housing, Climate Advocates Pushing to End Wasteful Fossil Fuel Investments

D.C. Councilmember Charles Allen yesterday joined a coalition of interfaith, housing, and climate advocates to call on the District to invest in a healthier, more affordable future by ending wasteful fossil fuel investments.

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DC Public Service Commissioner Says Controversial Pipeline Plan is Not “Just and Reasonable Or Otherwise in the Public Interest”

D.C. Public Service Commissioner Says Controversial Pipeline Plan is Not “Just and Reasonable or Otherwise in the Public Interest” In Split Decision, the D.C. PSC Nonetheless Votes to Extend Washington Gas’s “Project Pipes” Plan That Has Been Widely Criticized by D.C. Councilmembers, Ratepayers, DOEE, and others. WASHINGTON, D.C. – D.C. Public Service Commissioner Richard Beverly

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Overwhelming Majority of D.C. Councilmembers Tell Public Service Commission to Reject Washington Gas’s Costly and Controversial Pipeline Spending Program

Overwhelming Majority of D.C. Councilmembers Tell Public Service Commission to Reject Washington Gas’s Costly and Controversial Pipeline Spending Program In a letter, Councilmembers tell Commissioners to begin new energy planning process “consistent with carbon neutrality goals” passed by Council in 2018 WASHINGTON, D.C. – An overwhelming majority of D.C. Councilmembers today sent a letter to the District’s

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New Data: Washington Gas Is Reducing Normal Maintenance of Leaking DC Pipes While Still Spending More on Its Controversial and Expensive PROJECT PIPES Plan

New Data: Washington Gas Is Reducing Normal Maintenance of Leaking DC Pipes While Still Spending More on Its   Controversial and Expensive PROJECT PIPES Plan Report Commissioned by the D.C. Department of Energy and Environment Shows a Disturbing Trend that Seems to Benefit Washington Gas Financially While Harming the Climate and Consumers’ Pocketbooks WASHINGTON, D.C.:

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