The attempt to estimate greenhouse-gas emission sources both overall and by sectors is both arduous and difficult. Although it might overtly and overwhelmingly complicate the task assigned, we do need, at some point in the estimation of the supply chain, to acknowledge what some refer to as embodied energy.
Watching what the feds are up to on the environmental front is pretty nervous-making.
Whether you live in the rural communities of Burrillville or Coventry, along the coasts of Aquidneck Island, or somewhere in between, together all Rhode Islanders should fight against the climate crisis to preserve beautiful Rhode Island for ourselves and our children.
We’re methodically choking the life out of this planet because we embrace the deceit, deception, and dishonesty of swindlers, hustlers, and flimflammers.
Every issue that comes before the General Assembly that will require innovation to protect public health, it’s as if innovation stops. The industries represented will find it impossible to go on and civilization as we know it will grind to a halt.
From an environmental standpoint, April was a busy month. Maybe Earth Day got us to pay more attention.
The proposed Pebble Mine in Bristol Bay, Alaska, would be an ecological, economic, and cultural tragedy.
Massachusetts residents were appalled when National Grid overrode citizen health complaints by promoting the testimony of a career mercenary scientist.
Too few elected officials make time to address issues that are complex, controversial, and/or out of comfort zones. You know, the kind of questions to issues they were elected to address.
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.
In response to the article that appeared April 1 by Frank Carini, Veolia North America would like to set the record straight about the company’s limited involvement in Flint, Mich.
A properly designed carbon fee and dividend program would substantially decrease atmospheric carbon dioxide within the time frame required for significant protection from global warming.
The recent campaign by global youth to address the manmade disaster that is climate change is both inspiring and tragic.
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.
Gov. Gina Raimondo has surrounded herself with well-paid public-relations professionals whose job is to craft her image for the national stage, not address Rhode Island issues.