May, 2008

Flooding the Senate

Today, the U.S. Senate took up a bill called the Flood Insurance Reform and Modernization Act of 2007 (S.2284). It’s basically a reauthorization of the National Flood Insurance Program whereby … Read more

Wildlife Is On The Run

Dr. James Hansen, director of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration Goddard Institute for Space Studies and one of the world’s leading climatologists, has written a persuasive article on the … Read more

It’s not about the money

I know, when someone says that, it usually is about the money. I can’t help but think there have been times when, as a country, we’ve made some really terrific … Read more

NH's Senators Need to Step Up!

From my perspective out here in the field, there is a huge disconnect between what the people of New Hampshire expect from their elected leaders and what Senators Gregg and … Read more

LED University encourages bulb-switch on campus

It’s almost a given that any discussion of energy efficiency will, at some point, address light bulbs. CFLs, which use about 25% of the energy required by traditional bulbs, are … Read more

Counting the Votes

The Senate may now be less than a month from taking up the Climate Security Act and having its first ever votes on a comprehensive global warming bill that reduces … Read more