As America heads into Election Day, environmentalists are warning that time for turning back climate change impacts is running short.
Connecticut plans to sue the Trump administration over a plan that could keep coal plants running dirtier and longer.
Connecticut’s new attorney general is taking on the Trump administration’s environmental rollbacks.
The state could turn out to be one of the most uniquely qualified to challenge the Trump administration on environmental policy. “Connecticut fights way above its weight in a number of the areas on the national scene,” Attorney General George Jepsen said. “Environmental issues is one of those areas.”
WASHINGTON — On Gina McCarthy’s watch, the Environmental Protection Agency toughened the clean water and clean air regulations and finalized regulations for the Clean Power Plan, which aims to reduce emissions from power plants to combat climate change. She recently gave The Connecticut Mirror a wide ranging interview and spoke, in her distinct Boston accent, of her hopes that her legacy will survive,