Baltimore City Board of Estimates Votes to End Agreement with Energy Answers Incinerator Project Baltimore City School Board today is ending a similar agreement with the Curtis Bay project This follows Baltimore Regional Cooperative Purchasing Committee decision in February to end its support for trash burning project Baltimore City leaders reverse years of support for … Continue reading
A proposal to build the largest trash burning incinerator in the U.S. suffered a major setback recently when a Baltimore regional coalition of governments and institutions voted to terminate its energy-purchasing contract with the proposed Energy Answers Incinerator in Baltimore. Destiny Watford, Free Your Voice leader, “This is a really big step for us. I’m … Continue reading
Our campaign to stop the nations’ largest trash burning incinerator from being built less than a mile from schools is being covered as a national story. The coverage is generating a critical discussion about who pays the health, environmental, social and economic costs that stem from how we deal with waste. Here is a New … Continue reading
This quote from Charles Graham, a leader with United Workers, describes one of the core issues we are confronting in our fight to stop the incinerator – equity. A community that is already burdened with some of the highest levels of toxic air pollution in the country is set to receive the nations’ largest trash … Continue reading
Free Your Voice Anthem – Studio Recording is Out!! Listen and share the Free Your Voice Anthem by Audrey and Leah Rozier. Audrey and Leah are leaders in the campaign to stop the nations’ largest incinerator from being built less than a mile from their school. Creativity and leadership combine to make a powerful force! … Continue reading
The world is yours: Kids take the lead in the climate fight Free Your Voice leaders in the news! Check out this amazing coverage by Brentin Mock over at Grist.org
A Hamlet inspired soliloquy about the choices we face as we fight to stop the nations’ largest incinerator from being built less than a mile from our schools.