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Community-supported Fisheries- Gloucester and beyond

As written for Grist.org Beyond red lists: The power of community-supported fisheries By Twilight Greenaway Advocates of community-supported fisheries say eating locally caught fish from small boats might just be the best way to protect the oceans. See the seven principles. Seafood … Continue reading

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North Shore to be Hit Especially Hard by Sea Level Rise

The following article was in today’s Salem News. June 26, 2012 Study: Region’s sea levels rising faster By Jesse Roman, Staff Writer The Salem News If you think there are flooding problems in the North Shore now, just wait — … Continue reading

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Significant Rebates Available NOW for boiler replacement

This message from MassEnergy Consumers Alliance Is your boiler at least 30 years old? You may qualify for a limited-time rebate! Is your boiler at least 30 years old? National Grid and NSTAR are offering qualifying customers a limited-time rebate … Continue reading

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When the Sea is Knocking at Your Door

The issue of climate change is a political hot potato, but there is one climate-related reality we must face as it unfolds right before our eyes- that of the rising seas. Ocean waters have risen by about a foot per … Continue reading

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Change in status for this blog

Blog posts have been sparse these last few weeks, but you will soon see more posts about energy and sustainability issues that affect us on cape ann and beyond. Also, we have decided to change the status of the blog … Continue reading

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How much energy is used to deliver your electricity?

As you may know, one reason electricity is costly is because it’s only about 33% efficient by the time it gets to you. If you are interested in knowing the proportions of which fuel is used to generate your electricity … Continue reading

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Author, Environmentalist, Bill McKibben to Speak at Endicott College

BEVERLY, MA –  Bill McKibben  believes that we have changed the planet in such a fundamental way that it is no longer the same planet.  On Thursday, February 9th  at 7:00 pm in the Wax Academic Center Auditorium, Endicott College, … Continue reading

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