Energy & Environment

Unclear definition in new 'waters' rule

The new rule leaves the door open to interpret my farm’s grass waterways as jurisdictional, meaning any alterations to my land could trigger new permitting requirements, enforcement actions, and even lawsuits from environmentalists.

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Yes to Cape Wind

The U.S. needs to catch up with Europe and Asia in harnessing not only the energy of offshore wind power, but also the jobs that can drive our economy.

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EPA claims don’t add up

When the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced its rule to cut carbon emissions 30 percent by 2030, they did so based on several unsubstantiated claims and questionable facts.  The impact of the administration’s...

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No to Cape Wind

Introduced at the beginning of the last decade as a major solution to Massachusetts’ energy needs, Cape Wind now rests upon outdated assumptions, two-generation old technology, and increasingly significant environmental and economic risks.

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