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Tell the Ohio Legislature: Don’t Raise My Bill for Dirty Energy!

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The Ohio legislature continues to aggressively move forward with legislation that will gut our clean energy and efficiency standards.  Now comes breaking news that they want YOU to pay for their plan to kill the future.
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Save Ohio’s Butterflies!

Flower and ButterflyDo you enjoy the summer butterflies? Well, as these pollinator populations dwindle, the OhioDepartment of Agriculture and Wayne National Forest are planning to spray a dangerous insecticide called BtK all over Ohio to decrease the Gypsy Moth, a non-native moth that impacts trees through eating of leaves. Unfortunately, BtK doesn’t just kill the Gypsy Moth – it could wipe out every type of butterfly or moth it touches.  Read More

Years of Living Dangerously

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Years of Living Dangerously

New Showtime documentary showing the human impacts of climate change. Learn more and what you can do as an individual to #actonclimate

See the first episode here

 

 

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Beyond Coal

Coal provides nearly 90% of Ohio’s electricity and about half of our global warming pollution. From the mine to the plant, coal is a dirty energy source. It causes asthma and other health problems, destroys mountains, and releases toxic mercury into our communities and waterways. Continuing our dependence on coal chains us to dirty energy and prevents us from making the changes we need to bring about a clean, secure energy future. Visit the Coal Committee page to learn more and join our efforts.

Visit us at http://content.sierraclub.org/coal/ohio

 

Beyond Coal - Latest News

Several years ago, Ohio’s biggest coal mining company asked for permission to drain a pristine stream and fill it instead with coal slurry, a mixture of water, chemicals, and coal mining waste. In 2008, Ohio EPA rightly told Murray Energy to go back to the drawing board.

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AMP Coal Plant Finally Defeated!

November 26th, 2009

SmokeWe have much to give thanks for this year, as American Municipal Power announced on Wednesday that it has abandoned plans to build a huge, polluting coal plant along the Ohio River in Meigs County.

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AMP Report

AMP Report

Sierra Club released a new report on October 22 that analyzes recent market trends and concludes that the most financially prudent option for AMP’s members at this point is to retain flexibility by canceling the AMPGS project, continuing to exploit cheap market power, investing in energy efficiency, and exploring emerging alternatives.

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