Announcing the next phase of The New England Food System Resilience Fund. Learn More

September / 1999

Environment Massachusetts Research and Policy Center

To continue for a third year public education, advocacy and grassroots organizing efforts aimed at cleaning up or closing down New England’s most polluting older coal-fired power plants that represent a major component of the region’s air pollution problems including ozone smog, soot, haze and mercury contamination. The campaign brings together four organizations working collaboratively in five New England States to aggressively improve air quality in the region.