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Addie Haughey
Legislative Director
(202) 667-4500

Alexandria Trimble
Media Relations Specialist

Athena Motavvef
Legislative Representative
(202) 797-5255

Blaine Miller-McFeeley
Senior Legislative Representative
(202) 667-4500, ext. 5225

Brielle Green
Senior Legislative Counsel
(202) 745-5205

Christine Santillana
Legislative Counsel, Healthy Communities
(202) 667-4500, ext. 4315

Coby Dolan
Legislative Director
(202) 745-5207

Daniel Savery
Senior Legislative Representative
(202) 667-4500

Dustin Renaud
Public Affairs and Communications Strategist

Media Relations

Elizabeth Manning
Public Affairs and Communications Strategist

Erin Fitzgerald
Senior Media Relations Strategist
(215) 671-6529

Geoffrey Nolan
Public Affairs and Communications Officer

Jackson Chiappinelli
Media Relations Specialist
(585) 402-2005

Julian Gonzalez
Senior Legislative Counsel
(202) 745-5217

Julie Hauserman
Public Affairs and Communications Strategist
(850) 273-2898

Kathryn McGrath
Public Affairs and Communications Strategist
(202) 516-6932

Keith Rushing
National Communications Strategist
(757) 897-2147

Lauren Wollack
Senior Director of Public Affairs and Program Communications

Miranda Fox
Public Affairs and Communications Strategist

Nydia Gutiérrez
Public Affairs and Communications Strategist

Perry Wheeler
Public Affairs and Communications Strategist
(202) 792-6211

Ranjani Prabhakar
Senior Legislative Representative
(202) 667-4500

Rebecca Bowe
Public Affairs and Communications Strategist
(415) 217-2093

Robert Valencia
Estratega de Comunicaciones y Asuntos Públicos Hispanos / Latinos
(212) 845-7376

Stephen Schima
Senior Legislative Counsel
(202) 745-4500

Terry McGuire
Senior Legislative Representative
(202) 745-5210

Timna Axel
Public Affairs and Communications Strategist
(773) 828-0712

Zahra Ahmad
Public Affairs and Communication Strategist

Zoe Woodcraft
Public Affairs and Communications Officer
(818) 606-7509

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Press Releases

June 8, 2023

Upwell: A Wave of Ocean Justice Event Brings Together Leaders and Advocates Ahead of World Ocean Day

Event centered the voices of of historically excluded and marginalized communities in ocean conservation discussion

Andrew Rehn looks at toxic coal ash waste seepage on the shore of the Middle Fork of the Vermilion River.
June 8, 2023

Court Approves Plan to Clean Up Coal Ash at the Retired Vermilion Plant in Illinois

Consent order requires Dynegy Midwest Generation to move coal ash to a new on-site landfill to protect the Middle Fork of the Vermilion River

Similar in concept to a community garden, community solar allows multiple customers to purchase electricity from the same solar installation.
June 7, 2023

Puget Sound Energy Must Strengthen its Clean Energy Plan

In a win for climate and health, Washington’s utility commission requires the state’s largest electric utility to do more to ensure its transition to clean energy is equitable

In the News

February 17, 2023

The New York Times

Norfolk Southern’s Profits and Accident Rates Rose in Recent Years

“For years, the railroads have fought all kinds of basic safety regulations — modern braking systems, stronger tank cars for explosive materials, even information about what’s on trains passing through communities — based on an argument that it simply costs too much to protect our lives, health, and our air and water.”

January 27, 2023

Bloomberg News

Biden Faces Climate Litmus Test on ConocoPhillips’s Alaska Oil Project

“The decision on this project is a bellwether of whether we’re actually going to do something serious about climate in time or whether we are just pretending.”

January 26, 2023

The Verge

New York faces a new legal fight over a proposed crypto-mining power plant

“The law says you can’t just ignore these really serious consequences. Running the plant 24 hours a day to mine crypto is going to be very bad both for the climate and for people in the area.”