To the editor: During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, most leaders agreed on the need to drastically reduce the use of fossil fuels in order to mitigate the developing global climate crisis. Trump, in contrast, touted the use of “traditional fossil fuels” to maintain economic growth. … [Read more...] about Letters to the Editor: Is Trump really still a climate change denier?
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In recent weeks, Senator John Cornyn of Texas — an oil state where climate denial runs deep — said he is helping write legislation to reduce emissions through “energy innovation.” Senator Lamar Alexander of Tennessee said he wants to create a “Manhattan Project” for clean energy funding. Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska is exploring bipartisan plans to curb emissions from her position as chair of the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. And Representative Matthew Gaetz of Florida, who once called to abolish the Environmental Protection Agency, introduced legislation to tackle climate change by encouraging nuclear energy and hydropower, as well as “carbon capture” technology, which aims to pull planet-warming carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere. … [Read more...] about Trump Thwarts GOP Plot to Pretend His Climate Agenda Isn’t Idiotic
In 2001, the City of West Hollywood proudly established "Responsibility for the Environment" as one of its core values. The adoption of the West Hollywood Green Building Program in 2007 — the first-in-the-state green building code — was one of several ways the City demonstrated its commitment to the environment. The program required new buildings and remodels to strive towards energy efficiency, improve the health of the environment and community, and help the City shape a sustainable future. … [Read more...] about City Of WeHo To Host Green Building Program Orientation
Eversource will continue to deliver the electric supply to households and businesses, handle billing, and remain the contact for emergencies and outages, but through Direct Energy Brookline customers will now have the option of four different products with varying amounts of New England – generated renewable energy. … [Read more...] about What To Know About Green Electricity Changes In Brookline
It began with a Facebook group in the Haverford area, leading residents to switch out regular light bulbs for green colored bulbs and stringing up green lights. … [Read more...] about Haverford Turns Green For Kids Battling Cancer