Environmental and community groups trying to halt development of 236 acres in Hills
Episode #8: CHEAPR On May 19, Governor Malloy announced the Connecticut Hydrogen and Electric Automobile Purchase Rebate (CHEAPR), a new rebate program for electric vehicles. Connecticut residents, businesses, and municipalities can get a point-of-sale rebate of up to $3,000 on battery electric vehicles, fuel cell electric vehicles, and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. The governor has …
Episode #7: Clean Car Standards Under the federal Clean Air Act, we have national regulations for motor vehicles. But the law also authorizes California to set separate standards, and other states to adopt those standards. This episode explains how Connecticut adopted California’s Advanced Clean Cars Program, which (1) reduces smog forming pollution, (2) reduces greenhouse …
Media coverage of the burgeoning solar market—and subsequent utility backlash—has focused on states with abundant sunshine, where tensions between these forces are most evident.
Tyler Archer, our fisheries program lead, hit DC last week to support Long Island Sound.
In a move praised by both commercial and conservation interests, the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC) agreed Tuesday to a ten-percent increase to the total allowable catch (TAC) for Atlantic menhaden.
Saving The Preserve is an amazing example of what’s possible when we fight together for the places we love.
Landmark Development Group asks for 840-unit development; public hearing scheduled May 21