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Keystone XL approval is wrong direction

By facilitating the transportation of dirty tar sands fuels, Keystone would add 27.4 million metric tons of global warming pollution to our atmosphere per year. President Trump's executive order advancing the Keystone XL pipeline is definitely a step in the wrong direction. READ MORE.

News Release | Environment Connecticut

546 Leaders Call for Stronger Northeast Climate Pact

Hartford, CT – 546 organizations, businesses, health professionals, lawmakers and community leaders from the Northeast, called on Governor Malloy and other Northeast and Mid-Atlantic governors to strengthen the nation’s best regional climate and clean air program, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).  

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Report | Environment Connecticut Research & Policy Center

Carbon-Cutting Success Stories

Increasingly, leaders in the United States and around the world are taking action to protect our climate from global warming. With 2016 likely to be the hottest year in human history, the need for further action is only growing more apparent, and more urgent.

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Blog Post

Call your representative and senators every day. Here's how. | Margie Alt

There’s a lot unfolding in Washington, D.C., right now, and you may be wondering: “What can I do to voice my concerns?”

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News Release

Environment Connecticut maps out 50 steps towards carbon-free transportation

Pollution from our nation’s cars, buses, trucks and trains is taking America dangerously off track to meeting climate goals, according to a new report written by Frontier Group and released by Environment Connecticut Research & Policy Center. 50 STEPS TOWARD CARBON-FREE TRANSPORTATION: Rethinking U.S. Transportation Policy to Fight Global Warming concludes that 21st century transportation policy must quickly shift to new priorities, guided by a central goal of curbing climate-altering carbon pollution. 

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News Release | Environment Connecticut Research and Policy Center

Report Shows Big Climate and Economic Benefits from Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative

Hartford, CT — Cutting carbon pollution from power plants can reduce the risk of global warming and provide economic benefit to local communities at the same time, according to a report released today by Environment Connecticut Research & Policy Center. The group urged Connecticut and other states to strengthen the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) to cut pollution 5% annually and increase its economic benefits.

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