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Keep Tar Sands out of Massachusetts Gas Tanks

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Action Alert to Gov. Patrick to try to keep tar sands out of MA 3/25/14

Keep Tar Sands out of Vermont Gas Tanks

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Action Alert to Gov. Shumlin to try to keep tar sands out of VT 3/25/14

Tell President Obama: Marine National Monument for All of New England's Ocean Treasures

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Sign our petition to call for the Atlantic's first Marine National Monument!

Help Protect Cashes Ledge. Take Action Today!

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Letter to NOAA to protect all of the Cashes Ledge area.

Send Your Comment to NOAA in Support of Monument

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Sign our petition to call for the Atlantic's first Marine National Monument!

Stop the Invenergy Dirty Energy Plant

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Stop the new natural gas plant being proposed for Rhode Island.

Tell Your Legislators: Restore Energy Efficiency Funding

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Tell your legislators to override the Governor's veto of LD 1215, an Act that restores funding to Efficiency Maine Trust, the entity that provides energy efficiency programs in the state.

Oppose Big and Unpredictable MBTA Fare Hikes

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Tell your legislators to oppose unpredictable fare hikes.

U.S. Senators: Support a Marine National Monument in New England

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March 2016 - Monument - Targeted congressional - was Markey, Keating, Moulton, Kennedy. Be a leader for our ocean. Changed so now it's Sen Warren and Sen Markey as of April 1

Take Action to Protect Ocean Habitat!

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NOAA AA December

We Need a Plan

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I am writing to request your support for S.1979 An Act providing for the establishment of a comprehensive adaptation management plan in response to climate change (CAMP).

Tell Gov. Baker: Public Transportation Should be Affordable and Reliable

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In December, Governor Baker's MBTA Control Board will recommend ways to close the T's budget deficit. Unfortunately, fare hikes and service cuts are being considered.

What's in Your Fuel?

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Targeting committee co-chairs.

What's in Your Fuel?

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Contact your legislator today. Tell them to support legislation to track greenhouse gas emissions associated with gasoline sold at pumps in Massachusetts.

Protect Important Farmland and Act 250

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Massive over-development of farmland threatens Vermont's environment and communities. I oppose the destruction of valuable farmland, such as what's being proposed in Randolph, and I ask you to do the same.

New England's Small Farms Need Your Help

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New England's small- to medium-size farms are at risk from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA's) revised food safety rules.

Tell Your Governor to Support Electric Vehicles

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Policies at the state level are key to making it easier for people to switch to EVs. A new report from the Sierra Club, Conservation Law Foundation, and Acadia Center outlines the prescription for states to put EV use in the fast lane.

Tell Your Legislator: Protect Funding for the MBTA

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The MBTA needs both funding and reform.

Thank Governor Shumlin for Lake Champlain Clean-Up Bill Signing

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Please join us in thanking Governor Shumlin for his leadership in cleaning up and protecting Vermont's waterways.

Help Protect Cashes Ledge. Take Action Today!

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Cashes Ledge is one of New England's most remarkable undersea treasures: a 25-mile long underwater mountain range 80 miles off the coasts of Maine and Massachusetts.



 

 

 

 

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