Today, New York Focus broke the shocking news that Governor Kathy Hochul’s nominee for the Court of Appeals, Caitlin Halligan, chose to represent fossil fuel giant Chevron in its disturbing and vindictive legal battle to destroy the career of environmental attorney Steven Donziger.
What’s broken in our energy system and how we plan on fixing it: a statewide orientation.
NFL athlete and LA Charger Justin Jackson discusses the Public Power NY coalition on his webcast, “The Takeover.”
Metro Justice’s Rochester for Energy Democracy (RED) presents: Energy Democracy 101
People gather to protest proposed National Grid rate hikes at the National Grid building on Erie Boulevard, Syracuse, N.Y., Thursday October 22, 2020.
Do you think we should be raising utility rates the midst of a pandemic? National Grid does. Matt Huber writes from Syracuse.
If New York City is to have a climate-resilient future, National Grid should not exist here. Aaron Eisenberg writes in City Limits.
Following a second consecutive summer of rolling blackouts and shut-offs, combined with constant rate increases by utility companies and reckless environmental destruction, the statewide coalition will be pressuring local and state leaders to ensure that our grid works for, and is accountable to, all New Yorkers.