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The New Edition of Green Energy Times Is Available Online

April 3, 2020

We thank you all for your patience, as the coronavirus has delayed the completion of the March issue. However it is now available!

In these crazy times, we must keep the momentum moving forward to reach our clean energy goals and address the climate crises that has been put in the background […]

ABX 2020 is Seeking Dynamic Speakers for its Educational Program: Call for Proposals Deadline is April 17, 2020

ABX | ArchitectureBoston Expo is seeking industry leaders, educators, consultants, researchers, and technical experts to share their knowledge and business expertise as presenters for the educational conference program.

Taking place November 4-5, 2020, at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, the educational conference program addresses a wide range of topics relevant to the AEC and […]

New Hampshire Electric Cooperative Response to COVID-19 Pandemic

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) is taking the steps necessary to ensure it can continue providing safe and reliable electricity service to its members throughout the crisis. This includes making necessary changes to our operations to limit the potential spread of the virus, while we continue to provide uninterrupted […]

SUPPORT SENATE BILL 603-FN: The Biomass and Forest Products Workers Assistance Act of 2020

Sponsored by Senators Feltes, Fuller Clark, Hennessey, and Cavanaugh from Catherine M. Corkery, NH Chapter Chair of New Hampshire Sierra Club catherine.corkery@sierraclub.org, c – 603-491-1929, o – 603-224-8222

AN ACT relative to financial assistance for biomass and forest product workers.

Summary:

This bill authorizes the Department of Employment Security to use up to $250,000 […]

New York Can Meet Its Energy Needs without a New Pipeline

February 28, 2020 | By Mike Henchen and Sherri Billimoria

A prolonged battle over a natural gas pipeline in New York is presenting state officials with a critical decision point and an opportunity to establish themselves as national leaders in climate action. In contrast to utility National Grid’s proposal to build a $1 billion gas […]

February 11 Green Energy News

Headline News:

“Some Antarctic Penguin Colonies Have Declined By More Than 75% Over 50 Years” • Penguin colonies in some parts of the Antarctic have declined by more than 75% over the past half century, largely as a result of climate change, researchers say. The colonies of chinstrap penguins were last surveyed almost 50 years […]

West Newbury Sunday Forum – Effects of Climate Change on Wildlife

Please join us THIS SUNDAY!

West Newbury Sunday Forum – January 19th, 2020 at 5:00.

Please join us to hear John Austin, a wildlife biologist with the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department. John will be discussing what we know about the effects of climate change on wildlife in Vermont and the northeast region, related challenges […]

November 23 Green Energy News

Headline News:

“Sunrise Movement Goes Viral Without Twitter Ads, Yet Still Influences National Narrative” • Climate action momentum is building around the US and world, in good part due to Sunrise advocacy. The word has spread without such things as insidious Twitter ads. The Sunrise Movement is accomplishing a lot with little more than people […]

The November Green Energy Times is Here!

The November, 2019 edition of Green Energy Times has been published and is being distributed. It has also been uploaded onto the internet and can be viewed HERE.

Individual articles can be found HERE.