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DEEP: Sweep wouldn’t affect pollution mitigation plans

Matt Pilon |

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s attempt to close a nearly $390 million budget hole in the current fiscal year won’t affect plans to use funds from a Volkswagen legal settlement for air-pollution...

Complaints persist even as shared solar (finally) nears finish line

Jan Ellen Spiegel | CT Mirror |

Shared solar, a concept that can provide solar power to many of those who otherwise can’t get it, has been on the radar in Connecticut since 2012. After years of delays it may finally be close...

Hydroponic farming takes root in CT

Karen Ali Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

Connecticut produces a mere 1 percent or so of the fruits and vegetables eaten by its residents.

RGGI eyes carbon-cap reduction

Matt Pilon |

The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI), a regional cap-and-trade market launched in 2008, is considering how much lower its nine-state carbon allowance cap should be in the years ahead.

Report: CT remains nation's ozone 'tailpipe'

Matt Pilon |

Ozone pollution remained relatively high in Connecticut between 2013 and 2015, according to the American Lung Association, which for the second year in a row assigned a failing grade to seven of...

Ex-EPA's McCarthy named to CT Green Bank board

Patricia Daddona |

Gina McCarthy, ex-administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, will serve as a member of the Connecticut Green Bank's board of directors.

CT rebellion against federal rail plan grows — and may have impact


A rebellion that began in Old Lyme and has spread along coastal Connecticut is pressing the federal government to make big changes in an ambitious plan to bring high-speed rail to the Northeast, and...

Sanitized Marriott Hartford allowed to reopen

Gregory Seay |

The city says Hartford's Marriott Hotel Downtown has been cleared to reopen its ballroom and other operations temporarily suspended and sanitized following a recent illness outbreak.

15 CT burgs get lead-abatement support

Gregory Seay |

Hartford, Enfield and New Britain are among 15 Connecticut communities whose residents are eligible for public funding to abate lead contaminants in their households, authorities say.

Tesla advocates recruit array of supporters

An ad hoc, varied coalition of environmental groups, Mohegan Sun, commercial property owners, and renewable energy organizations and companies wrote to state legislative leaders Wednesday urging them...

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