Thursday 19 October 2017
What an amazing weekend in DC! Thanks to the weeks of preparation by local Riverkeepers, artists and spiritual women, the Waterkeeper movement had one of the best presentations at the People’s Climate March. In the weeks before the March, Potomac Riverkeeper Dean Naujoks, Anacostia Riverkeeper Emily Franc, Patuxent…
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People from across the nation are coming to Washington, DC on April 29 for a day of global climate action. The People’s Climate March, planned by an alliance that includes climate scientists, environmental organizations, faith-based groups, labor unions, indigenous groups, and citizen activists, is expected to attract…
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Pepco agrees to pay $1.6 million penalty, curb pollution of Anacostia River Potomac Electric Power Co. has agreed to pay a $1.6 million penalty and pledged to take steps to reduce toxic contamination of the Anacostia River via storm runoff from a company service center in the District…