Electric trucks alone won’t deliver environmental justice, say neighbors of Chicago warehouse site

Little Village, Chicago archway

A Target distribution center planned at the site of a former coal plant has local activists concerned about sustainability — both for the environment and the economy in the surrounding Little Village community.

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Connecticut neighborhood pushes back against planned fuel cell power plant

Seaside Park, Bridgeport, Connecticut.

The proposed facility would convert natural gas to electricity through a chemical process that emits carbon but eliminates other air pollution associated with combustion power plants.

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