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‘Faces of Portsmouth’ Call for End of Coal

150 Residents Take Photo in Support of Schiller Station’s Retirement

Over 100 Small Businesses Lend Name to Pipeline Fight

Toxics Action Center Launches Campaign in Southern Connecticut to Increase Recycling

Maine Conservation Groups Gather with South Portland Residents to Celebrate and React to Tar Sands Vote

New tests find bee-killing pesticides in 51% of “bee-friendly” plants from garden centers across U.S. and Canada

Holyoke coal plant announces closure date

One major step, several more to go

Annual Vermont Activism Celebration June 9th

Activists and Experts Gather to Discuss Dangers of the Pilgrim Power Plant

Community Calls for Removal of the Plant Due to Safety Concerns

Task Force Calls Zero Waste Key to Good Jobs, Green Economy

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Sunday, March 2nd

Redevelopment of Coal Plant Site is Hot Topic at Healthy CT Alliance Forum

Report Confirms It's Time to Plan for Closure of Bridgeport Harbor Station, Say Regional Experts

Brayton Point coal-fired power plant announces retirement

Joint Press Statement in Response to Brayton Point Retirement Announcement

Local Community Groups Celebrate Closing

Somerset Citizens Want Plan for New Economic Future, Not More Coal

Survey Results Call for Shift Away from Coal and Heavy Industry and Toward Clean Development

Environmental Justice Groups Cry Foul on PSEG’s Coal

Support of Local Business Community for Citizen Group CLEAR Unveiled

Committee Approves Bill to Protect Pregnant Women and Children from Toxic Chemicals

Bill Would Get DEP Important Information about Use of Chemicals like BPA

Response to DEP Plan to Expand Incineration

Don’t Waste Massachusetts Deeply Disappointed by the Reversal of the Moratorium on New Incinerators

Lawmakers Urged to Get Toxic BPA out of Children’s Food

Large crowd at public hearing pits moms and doctors vs. Governor and chemical industry. Experts highlight strong science and availability of safer alternatives.

Cape Cod Officials React to NSTAR Hearing on Possible Pesticide Spray Plan

State Officials and Local Groups Call for No Spray Commitment

Toxics Action Center teams up with Public Laboratory for Open Science and Technology

Kite Aerial Mapping workshop brings DIY technology to the grassroots

Victory: State Denies Moretown Landfill Re-certification

Toxics Action Center and Community Leaders Respond to Breaking News

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Conference will be held Sunday, March 10th at Northeastern University

Vermont announces intent to deny Moretown Landfill’s recertification

Response to Patrick Administration Modifying Incinerator Moratorium

New Report Says Children Across Maine at Risk from Toxic Pesticide Spraying

More than Half of Maine Public Schools Surveyed Use Pesticides

Dirty Dozen Report Profiles New England’s Worst Polluters

Toxics Action center calls on Dirty Dozen Winners to Clean Up Their Act

Coal-Free Massachusetts Responds to Sale of Brayton Point Coal Plant

Toxics Action Center and community leaders respond to breaking news

Graniteville residents call on decision makers to protect their right to a healthy community

Community group works to stop asphalt plant from being sited close to homes

Local Coal Fight Welcomes Statewide Coalition

Coal-Free Massachusetts Calls for Just Transition in Somerset

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