Letter to the editor: New ‘revolution’ needed for Earth

The warming of our planet, regardless of the reason, has evolved into the largest challenge facing humanity and the necessity of a new Industrial Revolution.

Letter to the editor: Sweden offers lesson in higher education funding

President Biden is absolutely correct in starting the process to reform the American higher education system. Simply forgiving loans and making higher education “free” is fraught with fundamental issues and will only lead to financial disaster unless tuit … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Chickenpox set example for medical response

Picture a virus that is extremely contagious and spreads like wildfire in groups. For the fortunate it is a nuisance, for the unfortunate it is fundamentally lethal and leaves permanent scars on others. Unlike Ebola, it is nearly perfect in its ability to … (read more)

Letter to the editor: U.S. strategy on renewables is poor

In his Dec. 5 editorial Mr. Lynn appropriately calls out the Department of Public Service (DPS) for threatening to strengthen the coal and nuclear industries by effectively halting the progress of solar power by creating an uneven playing field. As coal a … (read more)

Letter to the editor: Ten ideas to fight global warming

Mark Twain is arguably the brains behind the quote “Everybody talks about the weather, but nobody does anything about it.” What was once a brilliantly sarcastic quip about the futility of humans on planet Earth has taken on a new life and a new possibly u … (read more)