So I’m guessing that part of the reason for what seems to be the near-collapse of reason — whether in the U.K. or the U.S., or Italy — may simply be an outgrowth of the fact that everybody is about as scared as I am.Read More
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The Resilient Rhode Island Act states repeatedly that maintaining forest cover and preventing forest fragmentation is imperative to achieving our greenhouse-gas reduction goals, and recommends a zero-net forest loss strategy.Read More
The state of Rhode Island has gone to great lengths to protect some 2 percent of its trees from a tiny foreign invader, even as bulldozers plow through hundreds of tree-covered acres unabated.Read More
To ensure safe, reliable, affordable renewable energy for Rhode Islanders, the state needs to aim for a diversified energy mix, and that mix should include the cheapest form of renewable-energy generation: onshore wind.Read More