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Audio: Chesapeake Climate Action Network, VA Sierra Club, Del. Rip Sullivan...

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See below for audio of the highly informative conference call Thursday evening with Mike Tidwell and Harrison Wallace of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network,...

Climate Science Blockbuster: Can Virginia Pass the Big Test?

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An alarming US report last week joins a UN report in October to show we’re almost out of time – no really! -- on...

McAuliffe’s Biggest Legacy: Fracked Gas Pipelines that Would Kill Jobs and...

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by Mike Tidwell, founder and director of the Chesapeake Climate Action Network, which is fighting hard against Dominion's proposed fracked-gas pipeline monstrosities - Lowell Virginia...

Video: 23 Citizens Arrested for Speaking Out Against Dominion Power, Harmful...

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From the Chesapeake Climate Action Network a few minutes ago: 23 Committed Citizens Block Gate to Va. Governor’s Mansion with Message to McAuliffe: ‘Yes, you...

Climate Activists Blow the Whistle on “Dominion’s Foul Trouble”

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350.org's Bill McKibben and the Chesapeake Climate Action Network's Mike Tidwell says when it comes to investing in clean & secure energy sources, Virginia fouls out:
The problem is the state's largest utility, Dominion Virginia Power. While states like Minnesota and Iowa get 10 to 20 percent of their electricity from wind power alone, creating thousands of jobs, Dominion generates zero electricity for Virginia ratepayers from wind or solar.

Instead, the utility invests overwhelmingly in dirty fossil fuels. Despite rising global warming concerns and smog-filled summer skies in Shenandoah National Park, Dominion plans to increase the renewable-energy slice of its cumulative energy pie by a microscopic 0.4 percent over the next 15 years. You read that right: 0.4 percent.

There's no sign things will change without some loud and much-deserved booing from the crowd. Which is why ratepayers from across the state have set Saturday as "The March to End Dominion's Power Madness."

The rally will be Saturday (March 24) at noon outside Dominion's Richmond headquarters, sign up at EndPowerMadness.com.