Cape Wind

The United Kingdom's Greater Gabbard wind farm (flickr/DECCgovuk)

Nearing the Home Stretch, Offshore Wind Power Needs Our Focus More than Ever

Each state’s road to tapping its offshore wind power potential is marked with its own unique set of hurdles. As a Massachusetts native, I have been hearing the back-and-forth on …

Gray seal (US Fish & Wildlife Service/Flickr)

Climate Change-Fueled Heat Stresses Nuclear Plant, May Threaten Cape Cod Bay Wildlife

As heat waves fueled by climate change grip much of the East Coast, some nuclear power plants are facing a tough choice: Reduce electricity production on days when our air …

Dead duck covered in oil from Bouchard spill, Buzzards Bay, MA, April 2003 (MA DEP)

Charting a Clean Energy Future for New England’s Oil-Menaced Southeastern Coast

Ask Americans to name a major oil spill and you’ll hear about the Gulf oil disaster and the Exxon Valdez, maybe even Arkansas, the Kalamazoo River and the Yellowstone River. …

Wind and Wildlife Supporters Come to Boston

Supporters of Cape Wind and offshore wind as a solution to dirty energy and climate change had a great hearing wednesday in Boston about the Cape Wind project and  the …

Snowy Owl at Duxbury Beach. Photo credit: Frederick Bowes

Speak UP for Offshore Wind in Massachusetts!

Clean Energy Victory – Major Wind Project Gets Green Light

Great News on Clean Energy: Cape Wind Approved

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