The State of Connecticut is on a path toward greater reductions in carbon emissions as a result of a variety of programs and policy commitments:
With negotiators gathering in Paris to work on agreements to lower carbon emissions, the Connecticut Audubon Society warns that climate change is already here and having a dramatic effect on the state’s wildlife
Join us on Nov. 21, at noon, at the State Capitol in Hartford to tell Governor Malloy that we demand clean, renewable energy controlled by the community, and challenge his support for more fracked gas pipelines through our state.
The world typically focuses on carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere, but two U.S. Senators say some other harmful gases need attention.