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Posts Tagged ‘environment’

North Atlantic ocean currents 15-20 weaker since 1850

Thought this article fit well behind the 6 AM article. These are broad shifts that are occuring in the surface movements of our plants. Our surface is a living one. These moving waters and winds directly impact humanity. The big thing to consider – our broad human society with its highly developed global markets and…

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New statewide energy coalition Mass Power Forward encourages residents, politicians to fight for clean energy

A new energy coalition has formed in Massachusetts and is calling for a stronger commitment to powering the commonwealth with clean, renewable energy sources. Members of the new coalition Mass Power Forward held press conferences in Boston, Fall River, Holyoke, Peabody, Pittsfield and Weymouth at 9 a.m. on Wednesday. Several Western Massachusetts elected officials and…

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Beaumont Solar CEO Phil Cavallo’s speech from Environment Massachusetts’ event in New Bedford, MA

On September 3, 2015, Environment Massachusetts hosted an even at the New Bedford High School, highlighting the communities actions in general, and New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell and Beaumont Solar Co. CEO Phil Cavallo in particular. The following were Mr. Cavallo’s remarks at the event: Remarks: Sharon, thank you for that introduction and for all you…

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Support for Solar Power crosses political party lines

Remember, while only five of the 54 Republicans in the Senate voted in agreement with the statement that “climate change is real, caused by human activity, and that Congress should do something about it”, among their constituents, the numbers are much different, where 63 percent of Republicans think the federal government should “limit the release of…

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Thoughts on climate change

Even though only 63% of Americans believe that the planet is warming, and even fewer Americans (41%) believe that there is a consensus among scientists that climate change is happening, 77% support funding of research into renewable energy. Thankfully we can all agree on something!

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