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March 18, 2015 | Blog Post

New York State’s Imperiled Six

Earthjustice has submitted comments urging the NY Department of Environmental Conservation to place these six species on New York's list of endangered and threatened species.

March 13, 2015 | Blog Post

Florida's State Workers Silenced on Climate Change

Gov. Rick Scott’s administration has banned state workers from using the words “climate change” in their reports and presentations, even as sea level rise slowly swallows the Sunshine State’s picturesque coastlines.

March 6, 2015 | Blog Post

Celebrating Creative Women in a Climate Crisis

Wherever Women’s History Month is observed, there are people celebrating the life and legacy of Rachel Carson, but even the wildly original Carson owed a debt to the courageous women who came before her.

March 6, 2015 | Blog Post

Excuses for Climate Denial Shrivel Up in the Midwest

A new bipartisan report released last month warns that climate change puts the productivity of the Midwest’s keystone agricultural, manufacturing and transportation industries at risk.

March 3, 2015 | Case

Exelon / Pepco Merger Proceeding

Exelon, Pepco Holdings, Inc., Potomac Electric Power Company and Delmarva Power & Light Company are requesting approval for Exelon to exercise “substantial influence over the policies and actions of Pepco and Delmarva Power.” If the acquisition is approved, Exelon will control electric delivery service to approximately 1.97 million Maryland ratepayers.


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