Search Advanced

Search Results: 2429 results returned (0.049 seconds)

<< 1 2 3 4 5 6 >>

The ISO’s Big Mistake: Not Counting Renewable Energy

1 Views 0 Comments
On October 3, 2014, the New England Power Pool (NEPOOL) voted overwhelmingly not to support the ISO’s forecast of New England electricity load for an upcoming year.  CLF Read More

Why Is Hydro-Québec So Intent on Overselling Its Hydropower?, Part I

6 Views 0 Comments
For years, Hydro-Québec—the provincially-owned Canadian utility and financial sponsor of the Northern Pass transmission project—has oversold the benefits and dow Read More

Fair Food Forum at Coburg Farmers Market discusses agriculture and food security

4 Views 0 Comments
Climate Action Moreland members ventured to the Coburg Farmers Market on Saturday to shop, to chat with other Moreland residents about climate change, collect signatures on the Mon Read More

Cool Water: President Obama Expands National Marine Monument

2 Views 0 Comments
Wildlife benefit from refuge that is now ten times its original size! Two weeks ago President Obama made the announcement that he was dramatically expanding the Pacific Remote Isla Read More

“Snap the Shore, See the Future”

1 Views 0 Comments
Point Judith Sunset. Photo Credit: Austin Recio. Living in the Gulf of Maine area, climate change and sea level rise are bound to affect our lives. According to the EPA, we could s Read More

3 Things No One is Telling You About Rising Energy Costs

0 Views 0 Comments
Rahm Emanuel, President Obama’s first White House chief of staff, was once quoted as saying “You never want to let a serious crisis go to waste,” referring to the Read More

Reclaiming Your Power, 5 October

0 Views 0 Comments
Climate Action Hobart is running a workshop on 'Reclaiming your power' for everyone who feels dudded by government turning back the climate action clock, 5 October, 1-5 pm in the P Read More

The Market Speaks — Maine (and New England) Should Listen

0 Views 0 Comments
The preliminary conclusions are in on Maine’s proposed gambit to invest ratepayer money on natural gas pipeline expansion—it’s not worth the risk. Those were the Read More
<< 1 2 3 4 5 6 >>