Tag Archives: Cape Wind

NYT Writer Throws In The Towel

Sunday’s New York Times Week in Review section featured a piece by Elisabeth Rosenthal headlined “Green Development? Not in My (Liberal) Backyard.” Rosenthal addresses the anomaly/hypocrisy of eco-advocates who favor environmentally friendly initiatives such as bike paths or wind turbines, … Continue reading

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It’s Good To Live In A Two-Daily Town (Kennedy Column Edition)

Two – count ‘em, two – columns from the Kennedy clan in Saturday’s Boston dailies, both dealing with energy-related matters. Exhibit A (from the Boston Globe): JOSEPH P. KENNEDY II Keeping the heat on Fuel assistance is not only worth … Continue reading

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“I’m Ready For My VoxOp, Mr. De Mille”

Imagine the hardworking staff’s surprise when, while reading Friday’s Boston Globe op-ed page, we came across this: FIRST GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE ON ENERGY “The candidates spun a head-spinning array of figures throughout the hour, from electricity rates to Cape Wind building … Continue reading

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Dead Blogging The Cape Wind Gubernatorial Debate

As Bob Keough (late of MassINC and currently of the Massachusetts Energy and Environmental Affairs office) happily remarked afterward, (paraphrase here) who woulda thunk that the first gubernatorial debate would be about Cape Wind? But it was. And it was … Continue reading

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It’s Good to Live in a Three-Newspaper Town

Open up the New York Times Tuesday and here’s what tops page A11: For Cape Cod Wind Farm, New Hurdle Is Spiritual Julia Cumes/Associated Press Two Massachusetts Indian tribes have objected to the Cape Wind project, saying it would block … Continue reading

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