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Pass the Coastal Protection Act to cut carbon, raise millions

With today’s start of the Virginia legislative session, a lot of energy and climate bills are pouring in–some good, some not so good, some downright terrible. 971 more words


Cap and Dividend – the Greatest Idea for Fighting Climate Change that Nobody’s Heard of

Congressman Chris Van Hollen has a well-earned reputation of being one of the smartest people in DC. His bill to dramatically cut the greenhouse gases that cause global warming is just the latest exhibit to support this contention. 439 more words

a tale of two walls

Outside was the mock vapor-cloud wall.

Listed on the mock wall were the air pollutants and carcinogens that Dominion’s proposed plant would routinely or accidentally send from its compound into the lungs of playing children and their parents. 1,470 more words

Happy Earth Day, Virginia!

Earth Day is always a time for organizations to launch new initiatives or bring attention to the most pressing issues affecting the intersection between the natural and human worlds. 250 more words


For swimmable, drinkable, breathable. . .

I admit that I’m not as intrepid as I’d like to be. But a whole lot of friends put out some money, so I pledged to put as much of my body as possible into the Potomac River Saturday morning at 10:30 am. 385 more words

Could Be Worse

Students Visit Le Cordon Bleu Culinary Academy

Last week, we took Apopka High School’s College Career and Access Network (CCAN) Club on a trip to the Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in Orlando. 250 more words

Youth & Family

A radical's perspective on CCAN's stop at St. Mary's College

At PowerShift which I wrote about on October 27th, CCAN was talking about a whole new threat: a liquified natural gas export facility in Maryland. 1,986 more words