A new coalition of state environmental organizations, the Rhode Island Zero Waste Coalition, have sent a joint letter to Governor Dan McKee asking him to support a container deposit law, or “bottle bill,” to fight plastic pollution and increase recycling in Rhode Island.
In This Issue | Let's Talk Trash! | Massachusetts: Offshore Wind in Salem | Connecticut: Equitable Energy Efficiency | Connecticut: PFAS | Massachusetts: The Road to Net-Zero Emissions Buildings in Boston | Massachusetts: Celebrating Steve Turner | Massachusetts: Polluted Polly Comes to Massachusetts
In This Issue: Clean Water Action Leading on PFAS | Progress on Climate Justice | Nano Technology: Industrial Revolution 2.0 | Join the Youth Action Collaborative | Safe Cleaning and Disinfecting | Let Us Breathe | We All Live Downstream: The Clean Water Action Podcast | Reducing Transportation Emissions to Address Environmental Injustices | Big Gains on PFAS in Connecticut | Rhode Island Makes Progress on Climate Change
In This Issue: Elect Joe Biden and Kamala Harris | Be a Clean Water Voter in 2020 | Calling All Clean Water Voters | Massachusetts Endorsements | Massachusetts Legislative Roundup | Carbon Nanotubes | Tackling PFAS Pollution | Clean Energy in Connecticut | Rhode Island's General Assembly Will Be a Bit Greener | An Interview with Emily Koo