Why Maine’s large landowners aren’t participating in carbon offset programs, and what might happen if they did.
The device would be part of a microgrid aimed at bringing backup power to the area’s chain of bridged islands.
Concerns over Wolfden Resources’ ability to protect the environment leads to the opposition to silver mining.
‘Big box’ retailers routinely appeal to the Board of Property Tax Review. Cities and towns can’t get answers if the board fails to hear cases.
Now living in Croatia, Brian Milakovsky, his wife and young daughter yearn to return to Ukraine — if that will even be possible.
The Maine island looked into innovative, independent power sources. In the end, residents worried about reliability, cost and unproven technology.
Municipalities lose hundreds of thousands whether they fight the retailers or not, and a slow-moving state appeals board doesn’t help.
A 48-acre expansion of the Crossroads Landfill will proceed after the Conservation Law Foundation loses an appeal to halt or alter the project.
A report urges developers to build dual-use projects with elevated panels that permit farming and grazing beneath. Critics say the approach is not yet affordable.
The Freemans say they will extract spodumene responsibly. They hope to allay local concerns, and keep the TV reporters at bay.
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