Set a Strong Standard for PFAS in Massachusetts
Toxics Action Center organizes with communities to protect public health and the environment in the northeast. Energy - Waste - Toxics - Pesticides
Vermont Gas ordered to show whether engineer OK'd pipeline plans
The state Public Utility Commission has expanded an investigation into the Addison County Natural Gas pipeline to determine if it was signed off on by a Vermont-licensed professional.
Groups urge NH: Treat PFAS as one chemical class
PORTSMOUTH A number of organizations, including Testing for Pease and the Conservation Law Foundation, are asking state officials to treat
Residents want action on GE cleanup, oppose local dumps
LENOX — Minutes into a three-hour forum, raised hands revealed this public's opinion: Stick with a plan to ship toxins mired in Housatonic River soils out of Berkshire County.'I don't want them …
Wins for Workers and the Environment
About 80 workers at the Hampshire Gazette and Valley Advocate newspapers are forming a union. The out-of-state corporate chain that owns both papers is fighting the workers. The workers are asking the public to attend a rally on November 27 at 11 a.m. at 115 Conz Street in Northampton. The workers are also asking people to sign a petition at
When reporters have a union, they can fight for articles to get published. The following local newspapers are owned by out-of-state corporations: Amherst Bulletin, Brattleboro Reformer, Springfield Republican, and Greenfield Recorder
In other news from the Valley, Brattleboro and towns throughout Vermont will benefit from a recent environmental victory near Burlington. “It's precedent-setting,” Shaina Kasper told…
Hartford Landfill: Transformed From Trashmore To A Haven For Wildlife
The Hartford landfill, once dubbed Mount Trashmore, has been transformed and is now a haven for birds.