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Stoping major natural gas infrastructure and upholding the rights of indigenous peoples are central to the struggle against climate change. Please join us! ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to Cathy Kristofferson. This is a ruse to support gas infrastructure construction for an energy source we should be eliminating. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you, Jesse! Thank you, Senator Markey! And much praise for Soringfield Climate Justice Coalition! ... See MoreSee Less

Trevor Noah does a great job of dealing with the fossil fuel industry’s and their fully-owned politicians’ and media’s propaganda. Watch, giggle and share.

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DATE CHANGE: Happening tomorrow, WED Feb 17.

Take action with us virtually to protect our communities from pollution!
The people in Springfield already breathe some of the most polluted air in the nation - it’s “the asthma capital of the country.” For more than a decade, we have been battling the proposed Palmer Renewable Energy wood-burning power plant which would make our unhealthy air quality even worse and disproportionately impact low-income communities of color.
While Governor Baker claims to be concerned about air pollution, climate change, and racial justice, his Department of Energy Resources announced in December that it would roll back Massachusetts’ science-based standards and allow dirty and inefficient wood-burning power plants like the one proposed in Springfield to qualify for millions of dollars a year in renewable energy subsidies in Massachusetts. The Palmer developers themselves have said that these subsidies are the lifeline they need to begin construction.
Springfield residents will be affected first and worst by this proposal, but we all lose if we allow our clean energy dollars to support false climate solutions like biomass energy. Join our campaign launch to tell Governor Baker that Massachusetts doesn’t want him to roll back our renewable energy standards!

We will be delivering a letter with our demands to Baker’s office in Springfield on Wednesday, February 17th at 11am. Please tune in to watch the action here through our Facebook livestream, and share the livestream with your friends. There will be several ways to have a big impact from home:

- Sign our petition
- Post on social media using our toolkit
- Tell all your friends, and get them to take action too! See Less
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DATE CHANGE: Happening tomorrow, WED Feb 17.  Take action with us virtually to protect our communities from pollution!
The people in Springfield already breathe some of the most polluted air in the nation - it’s “the asthma capital of the country.” For more than a decade, we have been battling the proposed Palmer Renewable Energy wood-burning power plant which would make our unhealthy air quality even worse and disproportionately impact low-income communities of color.
While Governor Baker claims to be concerned about air pollution, climate change, and racial justice, his Department of Energy Resources announced in December that it would roll back Massachusetts’ science-based standards and allow dirty and inefficient wood-burning power plants like the one proposed in Springfield to qualify for millions of dollars a year in renewable energy subsidies in Massachusetts. The Palmer developers themselves have said that these subsidies are the lifeline they need to begin construction.
Springfield residents will be affected first and worst by this proposal, but we all lose if we allow our clean energy dollars to support false climate solutions like biomass energy. Join our campaign launch to tell Governor Baker that Massachusetts doesn’t want him to roll back our renewable energy standards!  We will be delivering a letter with our demands to Baker’s office in Springfield on Wednesday, February 17th at 11am. Please tune in to watch the action here through our Facebook livestream, and share the livestream with your friends. There will be several ways to have a big impact from home:  - Sign our petition 
- Post on social media using our toolkit
- Tell all your friends, and get them to take action too! See Less
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