Please contact Senators Carper and Coons. Contact info below.
An important issue is playing out in the US Senate this week. The issues is whether our foods will be labeled as to whether they contain Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).
The State of Vermont has adopted a pioneering law requiring such labeling that does into effect on July 1st. Continue reading
“Monday will be an Air Quality Action Day for the State of Delaware! Warm temperatures, sunny skies, a very long day length and light winds will provide very conducive conditions for the formation of photochemical smog. As a result, ozone levels will reach the Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups (USG) range, also known as Code Orange on Monday. Extended Forecast: A change in air mass is expected to reach Delaware during the afternoon on Tuesday. In addition, there is a chance of showers both early and late in the day. As a result, we expect cleaner conditions with Moderate air quality on Tuesday. Cooler and less humid on Wednesday with Moderate air quality continuing.” Continue reading
Call your Delaware legislators (details below)
Support Senator Karen Peterson’s equal protection amendment.
The Delaware General Assembly is winding down, due to complete its present session on June 30th. When it’s done, what will have been accomplished? So far, not enough. Continue reading
This whole business has been the subject of ongoing controversy between the DNREC and the Center for the Inland Bays, and other “stakeholders,” for quite a few years now. A public hearing is being held on a proposed regulation on June 8, 2016. Green Delaware submitted these comments: Continue reading