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The report was commissioned by Conservation Law Foundation (CLF), which has been a regional leader in shaping New England's transition away from coal toward a clean energy future.
The Conservation Law Foundation is involved in several lawsuits and policy proceedings throughout the Northeast to reduce nitrogen and phosphorus discharge, which causes over-abundant aquatic plant growth and can choke waterways.
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Filing the suit are the Conservation Law Foundation, Environmental Defense, International Center for Technology Assessment, Natural Resources Defense Counsel and the Sierra Club.
Also challenging the EPA rules as too weak were the Clean Air Task Force (on behalf of the Conservation Law Foundation and Southern Alliance for Clean Energy), Louisiana Environmental Network, South Coast Air Quality Management District, and a coalition of states including Massachusetts, Delaware, Maine, New York, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia.
Take the case of Douglas Foy, a former president of the Conservation Law Foundation.
Electric power generators shut down or switch to oil or coal when gas prices rise, so if we want to displace those fuels, we need more natural gas" says Christopher D'Ovidio, a staff attorney with the Conservation Law Foundation (CLF), which is active in LNG siting debates in New England.
But although the Ski Area Citizen's Coalition calls the environmental charter "greenwashing," Mark Sinclair, senior attorney at the Conservation Law Foundation branch in Montpelier, Vermont, says the charter is a way for the partnering organizations to at least begin working more cooperatively with ski areas and for them to improve their environmental record.