People speak out

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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