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Articles by Ted Glick

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

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  • Catastrophe in West Virginia: Delivering Water to Prenter Holler

    (This is a guest post from Steve Norris) This is a tough story to write about: the horror of contaminated water, the images of the mining families’ peoples’ faces, the children, the confederate flags, the beautiful mountains, the extreme gratitude of folks we gave water to – these are all so fresh that I can’t […]

  • Climate Movement on the Move

    “The fight to stop KXL will be one of the defining battles of our generation. A victory here will mark the close of the old carbon era, and the start of the new energy revolution—our revolution. America’s youth now have the chance to take up the torch, and light a new fire.” Conor Kennedy, youth […]

  • Cove Point is “Keystone” of the East

    For those of you in the Marcellus Shale region, this is an urgent request that you mark your calendar for Thursday, February 20th and make plans to get to Baltimore and bring as many people with you as you can. Why? Because fracking fighters like you from across the Mid-Atlantic are converging on February 20th to take a stand against […]

  • Election Year Surprise from Enviro Groups

    “In the speech, you referenced that in the past year you had put forward an ‘all of the above’ energy strategy, yet noted that we cannot just drill our way out of our energy and climate challenge. We believe that continued reliance on an ‘all of the above’ energy strategy would be fundamentally at odds […]