People speak out:

The e-waste apocalypse (Earthtalk, 2/14/22)

Now time to Reconnect with Nature by Johannah Newman (Recorder 11/24/2021)

Renewable Energy will reach new Heights by Grayden Gerrard (11/24/2017)

Amazing Forests – Can they do it all?  by Nancy Hazard (Recorder 11/22/2021)

FirstLight – NO license renewal!  by Shayla Freeland (Recorder 11/20/2021)

Repairing the fabric of American Democracy by David Roitman (Recorder 11/17/2021)

This Movement Is Taking Money Away From Fossil Fuels, and It’s Working! by Bill McKibben (NYT 10/26/2021)

Outraged at the Selling our Future by Marty Nathan (Recorder 10/11/2021)

Peace Corps needed more than ever by John Bidwell (Recorder 9/1/2021)

Habitat Management critical to wildlife and climate resiliency by Fish and Game Commissioner (Recorder 9/23/2021)

Hope -yes Hope-for our planet by Marty Nathan, MD (Recorder 9/3/2021)

Solar YES! Deforestation NO! by Bill Stubblefield (Recorder 9/1/2021)

Demand action on climate crisis! by Mothers out Front (Recorder 8/11/2021)

Working together – Forests & Trees and more  by Dennis Merritt (Recorder 8/10/2021)

Gardening Heroes by Jeri Case (Recorder 6/30/2021)

Homelessness is Expensive by Nancy Hazard (Recorder, 6/8/2021)

Is Anyone holding FirstLight accountable? Dam Relicensing by Susan Olmsted (Recorder, 6/7/2021)

Is Biden Walking the walk on Climate Emergency? By Marty Nathan (Recorder, 6/4/2021)

Endangered wildlife at risk due to hydropower on river by Andrea Donlon (Recorder 5/5/2021)

Housing Series look-back, Editorial (Recorder 5/3/2021)

After Three Decades of Prison Looking in a Real Mirror by Razvan Sibii (Recorder 5/12/2021)

BLM – Those Signs are an Invitation for us to Learn More by Louise Amyot (Recorder 4/20/2021)

Why do we need 70% Native Plants? by Nancy Hazard (Recorder 4/12/2021)

The greater good is to Preserve the Forest by Mark Fraser (Recorder 3/23/2021)

A Welcome Shift on Climate Policy by Marty Nathan (Recorder, 2/8/2021)

Imagining cleaner, greener energy by Johanna Newman (Recorder 11/21/2020)

David and Goliath in our time by Patricia Hynes (Recorder 11/5/2020)

Grow your own by Rabbi Andrea Cohen Kiener (Recorder 10/2/2020)

Our survival depends on action by Robert Repetto (Recorder 9/30/2020)

Reflecting on Hiroshima and Nagasaki -- Never Again by Liz Kelner (Recorder, 8/2/2020)

Change: 'We are so past due' by Judith J. Wagner (Recorder, 7/24/2020)

Social Security and 'damn politicians' by Al Norman (Recorder, 7/24/2020)

Reflecting on Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Never again By Liz Kelner (Recorder 8/3/2020)

Social Security and ‘damn politicians’ By Al Norman (Recorder 7/24/2020)

Change: ‘We are so past due’ By Judith J. Wagner (Recorder 7/24/2020)

Little words -Who is ‘us’? By David Gilbert Keith(Recorder 7/21/2020)

Can we step up and do the right thing in spite of our fears?’ By John Bailey (Recorder 7/21/2020)

RE-RIGHTING historyBy Rev. Lloyd E. Parrill (Recorder 7/18/2020)

We need revolutionary change’By Patrick McGreevey (Recorder 7/4/2020)

COVID -19 won't stop climate activists by Ruby Chase (Recorder 4/22/2020)

Walking the Balance with Wind River Indian Reservation's fearless people by Strong Oak LeFebvre (Recorder 4/21/2020)

Earth Day - Let's Celebrate by Nancy Hazard (Recorder 4/21/2020)

50 Years Ago --  Down to Earth Day  (Recorder editorial 4/21/1970)

Coronovirus and Earth Day by Sandra Boston (Recorder 4/20/2020)  

Winners and losers by Patricia Hynes (Recorder 4/3/2020) 

Sustaining farms, providing health food by Philip Korman (Recorder 3/31/2020)

Peace in the valley and honor to the hills by Thomas S. Curren (Recorder 3/31/2020)

Make America healthy again by Mike Muller (Recorder 3/23/2020)

Hold Corporations accountable for recycling costs (Recorder editorial 3/17/2020)

Let’s pay spouses to provide elder care by Al Norman (Recorder 3/17/2020)

Americans should be deeply afraid by Bill Plumley (Recorder 3/10/2020)

Civil disobedience in the time of climate crisis by Pat Hynes (Recorder 3/11/2020)

Census essential for Massachusetts by Rep. Paul Mark (Recorder 3/10/2020)

Tired of the failure to restore migratory fish runs by Andy Fisk, PhD, Connecticut River Conservancy (Recorder 3/4/2020)

The richest and the rest of us by Pat Hynes (Recorder 2/12/2020 & Bershire Eagle) 

Recycling is not going away by Michael Pattavina (Recorder 1/28/2020)

CISA's 2019 reflections by Claire Mornow of CISA (Recorder 2/17/2020)

On transportation, it’s time for leadership to protect our well-being by Clare Higgins, Jessica Collins, Pamela Schwartz, and David Gadaire (Recorder, 11/26/2019)

The America we want by David Gilbert Keith (Recorder, 11/25/2019)

Process for ending glyphosate use begins(Recorder Editorial, 11/23/2019)

The attack on science for political expediency by Michael Simpson, (Recorder 11/19/2019

When done properly in state, forestry can help birds by Michael Mauri (Recorder (11/5/2019)

Bipartisan hope emerging on climate change by Mark Reynolds and George Butler (Recorder, 11/3/2019)

We loved our trees and waters, Pat Hines (The Montague Recorder, (10/31/2019)

Where is the Fire Department? John Bos (Recorder 10//19/2019)

Facts about the current and new library and your taxesPaul Jablon (Recorder, 10/12/2019)

What the decline in birds shows shows us(Recorder Editorial, 10/01/2019)

Meyer Speaks for the Connecticut River, Karl Meyer (Recorder, 09/26/2019)

Nightmare plan for mentally ill people, David R. Roulston (Recorder, 09/26/2019)

Winning on Climate ChangePam Kelly (Recorder 09/23/2019)

What do birds need to thrive? Nancy Hazard (Recorder 08/06/2019)

Rachel Carson and biodiversity crisis, Pat Hynes & Nancy Hazard (Recorder 03/13/2019)

Something worth a compromise by City Council chair, Rudy Renault (Recorder 2/18, 2019) (The Library & French King Highway development)

Green New Deal could jump-start action on climate change (Recorder editorial, 2/15/2019)

Recycling still the wisest course of action for count (Recorder editorial, 2/9/2019)

‘Progress for all’ is for all by MA Senator Jo Comerford (Recorder 2/9/2019)

Greenfield remains a community that looks out for people by Chris Collins (Recorder 2/1/2019)

Greenfield  councilors need to follow the lead of constituents by Paul Jablon (Recorder 1/5/2019)

To our new state legislators: What can we expect from you? By Ferd Wulkan (Recorder 12/29/2018)

Build affordably with Union workers by Frank Callahan (Recorder, 12/16/2018)

Let’s build a new library, and fire, dispatch and police stations by Nancy Hazard (Recorder 12/6/2018)

After you make it, reach back to help others by Amy McMahon (Recorder 11/27/2018)

Proposed rule change would undercut efforts to address food insecurity by Christina Maxwell, director of programs at the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts (Recorder 11/22/2018)

Young people sue Uncle Sam in the trial of the century by Jan Maher (Recorder 11/20/2018) 

Land use, environmental impact, and local meat by Claire Morenon (Recorder 11/15/2018)

It’s time to stop trash before it starts by Andrea Donlon, Connecticut River Conservancy (Recorder 11/10/2018)

Why should you vote? by Sarah Ahern (Recorder 11/7/2018)

Bernardston Solar Project Could Make the Difference in Saving This Farm Editorial (Recorder 8/10/2018)

Imagine a Brand New Inclusive, Advanced Greenfield Library  by Paul C. Jablon (Recorder 8/9/2018)  

Want a Say on House, Senate Seat Selections?  Vote Sept. 4 by Louise Amyot (Recorder 8/9/2018)

Moving Toward a Nuclear Weapons-free World by Pat Hynes (Recorder 8/7/2018)

The Potential of Greenfield's Downtown by MJ Adams (7/23/2018, Recorder)

Is it already too late?
 by John Bos (6/27/2018, Recorder)  

Eliminating the use of Fossil Fuels
 by Nancy Hazard (6/20/2018, Recorder)

Nothing Guarantees a democracy’s continued existence
 (6/12/2018, Recorder)

Switching To Renewables Will Save Millions of American Lives
 by Deb Haaland (5/7/2018 Huffington Post)

Cold winter doesn’t contradict science of climate change
 by Bill Gran (5/4/2018 Recorder)

Before updating trash collection process, a cost-benefit analysis is long overdue for Greenfield by Mike Pattavina (4/4/2018 Recorder)

Local hydro facilities can, and should, transition to renewable energy by Nancy Hazard (3/15/2018 Recorder)

After the storms: Building our green and clean energy future
 by MA Senator Stan Rosenberg (3/29/2018 Recorder)

‘Drawdown’ offers advice on how individuals can reverse global warming
 by Nancy Hazard (2/26/2018 Recorder)

There’s way more to trees than their beauty
  by Pat Leuchtman (2/3/2018 Recorder Between the Rows)

Greening Greenfield aims to inform public on dangers of gas leaks & next stepsby Carol Letson (Recorder 10/25/17) 

Local governments play a vital role in tackling climate change by Ron Coler (5/13/2017 Recorder)

Simple ways to get informed, involved on climate change by Leigh Youngblood (5/15/2017 Recorder)

Applauding area teens for getting towns to lower voting age (5/11/2017 Recorder editorial)

100% Renewables means vibrant economy and healthy planet by Nancy Hazard (5/9/2017 Recorder)



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