Author Archive for Corrina Beall

Corrina Beall is the Legislative Coordinator for the Virginia Chapter of the Sierra Club.

Club Activities Calendar
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Club Activities Calendar

Rally in D.C. July 29!
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Rally in D.C. July 29!

On June 2nd, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed the first ever national plan to regulate carbon pollution from power plants. Now they’re holding public hearings on the proposed rule in only four cities around the country, and DC is one of them. You can help make sure a historic, strong carbon reduction plan is [...]

Let’s Make History!
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Let’s Make History!

The People’s Climate March Join us for the People’s Climate March in New York City on September 21. The People’s Climate March–held just days before the United Nations Climate Summit–is an unparalleled opportunity to let our world leaders know how urgently the public is calling for solutions to climate disruption, and how we need to [...]

The Department of Environmental Quality is Listening!
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The Department of Environmental Quality is Listening!

After years of inaction, Virginia now has an opportunity to take bold steps to fight climate change. The Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is announcing a series of informal listening sessions on a proposed plan by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to cut carbon emissions (greenhouse gases) from existing power plants that generate electricity [...]

Where are the Renewables? Wind and solar policy in Virginia
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Where are the Renewables? Wind and solar policy in Virginia

By Ivy Main Guest Blogger Ivy Main has been an advocate for renewable energy with the Sierra Club since 2007. A lawyer by training, she lobbies extensively in the General Assembly for stronger clean energy policies and writes a regular blog, Power for the People VA, about energy policy in Virginia. She was the lead [...]

Act Now for a Clean Energy Future
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Act Now for a Clean Energy Future

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is preparing to set limits on the amount of carbon pollution that can be emitted from dirty power plants for the first time ever. Let Virginia’s Public Officials know you support the EPA’s Carbon Rules! Right now, our power plants dump unlimited amounts of carbon pollution into the air [...]