Started Mar 20, 2012
Started this discussion. Last reply by alice mckay barnett Apr 12, 2012.
I was curious who might have first uttered that tired phrase. Try it. The results are hilarious (see them below). Pretty much every state and country that has an outdoors has gratuitously been called…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Art Brigades Feb 21, 2010.
Attached at the very bottom of my post is a PDF. It is a sales brochure used by a Boston PR Firm which infiltrates ourtowns long before we get "wind" of a development proposal. In it they tell the…Continue
Started Jan 23, 2010
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Anyone truly interested in the environment should read this excellent article.
And ask, "when all those non-recyclable turbine blades disintegrate, get replaced and decommissioned, where will the battleship-sized fiberglass-composite corpses be laid to rest?…Continue
Posted on March 19, 2022 at 8:47pm — 3 Comments
Love the photo here.
Grimly concerned Legislators at a press conference/photo op.
Responding to the proverbial fire alarm, wailing "The people need to think we're DOING something!"
Best thing they could do is stay out of energy policy.…Continue
Posted on March 9, 2022 at 5:23pm — 4 Comments
Robert Bryce again succinctly identifies an energy malfunction in America.
The grid is failing because of public policy choices.
If you aren't rich, you probably don't have a generator.
If you don't have a generator, you're stuck.…Continue
Posted on February 11, 2022 at 9:57pm — 4 Comments
Maine's Public Advocate (PA) has one mission: fight like hell for electric ratepayers.
The ratepayer watchdog is appointed by the governor and approved by the legislature, but he (or she) has a term that does not run concurrent with the governor. The PA is intended to have one master: us.
Bill Harwood was sworn in last week as the latest PA. Based on this…Continue
Posted on February 9, 2022 at 7:22pm — 6 Comments