Hundreds of Atlantic Coast groups, businesses and officials joined together on a national letter to President Obama and his agency heads, urging them to continue their leadership in developing wind power off the Atlantic Coast.
Virginia is gearing up to play a major role in U.S. progress to address climate change, a new report said today. In the next decade, the state will cut as much global warming pollution as 22 billion tons of coal burned annually.
Today we released a letter from 55 conservation organizations, businesses and individuals urging the Governor to take the steps that will enable Virginia to capture the immense wind energy resource off our shores.
MCLEAN – As summer temperatures rise and flash floods plague the Beltway region, over 40 community members of all ages gathered at the Dolley Madison Community Library for a “Moms and Docs Climate Change Roundtable” event. A group of experts and concerned parents explained the link between climate change and its adverse health effects, and they promoted the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan as a viable solution.