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Together, we can ensure a healthy, thriving New England for generations to come.
Together, we can ensure a healthy, thriving New England for generations to come.

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You are CLF's partner in what's possible, from cleaning up Boston Harbor to taking on climate change. Help us reach $25,000 in April to protect the environment and communities in New England!
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Don’t bury the lede: new ‪‎#MBTA‬ report "rejects the ‘reform vs. revenue’ debate because the MBTA needs both."
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"The Final Word on Winter in New England’s Energy Markets, Part II: Why This Winter Was Different." What does this all mean? Why does it matter? Get the answers and more from Christophe Courchesne's multi-part series on NE's #energy markets: http://ow.ly/KPNVK
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SAVE THE DATE! May 1st, for the first ever Statewide #Transportation Summit: "Fixing What We Have and Building What We Need." We want you to join us for this great event, which will give you the chance to both learn from thought leaders and share your ideas with hundreds of others. To register, go to www.t4ma.org/summit.

We hope to see you there!
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As the winter weather melts away,where are your favorite places to get outdoors? #IHeartNE
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Last year, after a very expensive winter in New England’s wholesale #energy markets, many were predicting the worst this winter. Ever higher prices. Economic ruin and job losses. Despite dire predictions and some of the worst #winter weather on record, there wasn't a crisis... To get the full story check out CLF's Christophe Courchesne's multi-part series on NE's Energy Markets: http://ow.ly/KPvEk
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Another Vote for Clean Water – A group of residents, the Exeter Citizens for Responsible Growth, were able to reject a move that would reduce the size of wetland buffers in their community.Congratulations Exeter, NH! Click here to read CLF's Jeff Barnum's full blog post: http://ow.ly/KGGMf #ProtectingWetland #CleanWater
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Where are your favorite places in New England to enjoy the last bit of snow? #IHeartNE
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The National Ocean Policy Workshop was hailed as a great success! Participants from 18 New England-based organizations engaged in thought-provoking conversations about the National #Ocean Policy (NOP) and other #conservation topics. Click here to read more about the NOP workshop: http://ow.ly/KxBOl
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The geographic range of rainbow smelt has been constricting for the last few decades. Is the problem ocean temperature? No one has a definitive answer yet but the future of the iconic smelt is yet another reason to reduce pollution and restore the health of our waters. http://ow.ly/Kxwta #Climatechange #oceans
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