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Submit a Public Comment

Against Danskammer

New York State is currently deciding whether or not to approve plans for the new plant. Now is your chance to speak out — click below to submit an official comment to the Siting Board

Fossil Fuel Infrastructure Petitions

Tell FERC to Stop the Williams Pipeline in the NY/NJ Harbor

 
 

On March 19, 2021 Transco requested a two-year extension from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to build the pipeline and get it in service. Tell FERC Chairperson Glick and all the FERC Commissioners to deny Williams its extension request and stop the pipeline for good!

Stop the Gowanus Fracked Gas Powerplant

 

Sign the petition calling on Governor Cuomo & the Public Service Commission to stop the proposed fracked gas Gowanus Repowering Project in Brooklyn, NY.

Governor Cuomo: Stop the Astoria NRG Power Plant

 
 

Energy company NRG wants to build a new dirty fracked gas power plant on the Astoria waterfront in Queens. Sign the petition to tell Governor Cuomo to stop the proposed Astoria NRG fracked gas power plant and commit to renewables instead.

Divest the New York State Teachers' Retirement Fund from Climate Destroying Fossil Fuels

 
 

Sign the petition asking the New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) to support divestment from fossil fuels and work with the NYS Teachers Retirement System (NYSTRS) to get fossil fuels out of our pension fund.

Stop Funding Climate Destruction

and Pass A257C

Sign the petition calling on the NYS legislature and Governor Cuomo to identify and eliminate all nonessential fossil fuel subsidies. We commend the recent passage of S2649C and call for the passage of its Assembly counterpart, A257C. This act requires the governor to publicly disclose all fossil fuel tax expenditures and installs a sunset date five years from passage for these subsidies, except on a case-by-case basis for those the state legislature deems essential. Properly accounting for how much these expenditures cost our State and phasing out nonessential subsidies is both critical to the financial health of our state and indispensable in the fight against climate change.