What can we learn from public health campaigns that will help us make progress on climate-change prevention?
It is not perfect but should be passed by the Senate pretty much as already approved in the House.
All methods of producing and distributing energy have costs, or downsides. We need to be clear-eyed about what these are, and to incorporate costs that are hard to quantify in dollar terms into our public discourse about our energy future.
This past summer, the Climate Economy Action Center of Addison County (CEAC) completed over 40 interviews with diverse community members.
This week’s writers are Richard Hopkins and Steve Maier, board members of the nonprofit Climate Economy Action Center of Addison County.What can we do to address the coming climate crisis while at the same time grow our local community and its economic an … (read more)