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Category Archives: Government policy
Putting the wind to good use: Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley signs a bill backing an offshore wind farm.
Yoko Ono, Sean Lennon and Artists Against Fracking sing, “Don’t Frack My Mother.”
Twenty-nine Vermont towns oppose using a pipeline to carry tar sands oil. How does this affect York County? Three words: Keystone XL pipeline.
One town has kicked the bottle habit: The city of Concord, Mass., has made single-serving plastic water bottles illegal to sell.
Who is the greenest president? Answers from environmental groups would surprise you.
The “Carbon Nation” filmmakers don’t care if you believe that climate change is man-made. They don’t care if you believe in climate change at all. The film argues that regardless of where you stand on this issue, solutions to climate … Continue reading
In a blog post few months ago, I asked, “When it comes to living sustainably and protecting the environment, how far does personal responsibility go before we need wide-sweeping policy changes?” Most of the responses favored a combination of both … Continue reading
Yesterday I sat in on a presentation from Jon Clark and Steve Izzo, members of the York chapter of Citizens Climate Lobby, a nonprofit organization that works to effect legislative action to promote a sustainable climate. The group’s purpose is … Continue reading
Check out this new web tool unveiled by the Natural Resources Defense Council. It lets you read how your state might be affected by climate change. On the site, www.nrdc.org/climatemaps, users can see local data and maps detailing extreme weather … Continue reading