Ted Glick

Ted Glick is the national policy director for the Chesapeake Climate Action Network. Past writings and more information can be found here.

Ken Cuccinelli and Dominion Power Move to Repeal Virginia RPS

Breaking: Cuccinelli and Dominion Move to Repeal Virginia’s Clean Electricity Standard Proposed legislation would harm environment and, opponents say, constitutes a confession that Dominion has accepted $77 million from ratepayers without properly fulfilling intent of current law RICHMOND—Dominion Virginia Power …

Multifaith Action at White House on Jan. 15

To bring attention to the urgent need for action on climate change, Interfaith Moral Action on Climate (IMAC) will be leading “A Pray-in for the Climate” in front of the White House on Tuesday, January 15th, the 84th birthday of …

Promised Land, a movie review

Promised Land, the new movie starring Matt Damon, is a movie in part about fracking, the new and extremely problematic way of getting natural gas out of shale rock far below the earth’s surface. It’s a very good movie, with …

Pray-in at the White House Jan. 15

We are facing a Climate Cliff, and we need you – our religious and spiritual leaders, other believers and all people of good will – to join us in addressing its danger by participating in “A Pray-in for the Climate” in …

The Fierce Urgency of Now

“We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now…. Over the bleached bones and  jumbled residues of numerous civilizations are written the pathetic words: ’Too late’.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The first public action of any kind, on any issue, …

Acting Before It Is Too Late

 “We are now faced with the fact, my friends, that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now. In this unfolding conundrum of life and history, there is such a thing as being too late. The …

Obama, Climate, History

It was worth staying up ‘til 2 am last night to hear Barack Obama’s victory speech. The brother sure can bring it when he is inspired. Now it’s time for the climate and progressive movements to do our job as …

Superstorm Sandy

Much of New Jersey, New York City and elsewhere definitely got hit very hard by Superstorm Hurricane Sandy yesterday: several feet of sand covering roads close to the ocean in Point Pleasant and probably elsewhere—50 or so homes burned down …

Frankenstorm: God’s Latest Warning?

It is ironic, way beyond ironic really, that the Nation’s Capital—and the entire Northeast– is staring down the barrel of an incredibly powerful storm about which a National Weather Service meteorologist has said, “”I’ve never seen anything like this and …