CLIMATE ACTION USDA Rural Development awards $17.61 Million for solar development projects in Rural Maine CLIMATE Management Maine Gov. Mills establishes task force to develop forest carbon program for woodland owners ECO – BUSINESS University of Maine awarded $2.8 million from federal government to accelerate 3D printing in molds for windmill blade development CLIMATE CHANGE World’s leading Aquatic Scientific Societies […]
ME needs theTransportation and Climate Initiative to grow jobs, improve health and get there from here, Oped by Ramona du Houx
The “Transportation and Climate Initiative” seeks to cut pollution from cars and trucks and invest in cleaner, healthier and more equitable transportation solutions. Maine has yet to commit to the program, yet the TCI initiative is projected to bring in $300 million to 12 states and D.C. annually. TCI works like RGGI. . . Let Gov. Mills know. More.
Elected officials across USA support India’s small farmers plight for democratic justice, show similarities with unjust US policiesBy Ramona du Houx – “The world has watched tens of thousands of Indian farmers and farm workers leave their fields for the streets to protest laws that did not go through the normal parliamentary procedures before being enacted,” said Alex Cornell du Houx, President of Elected Officials to Protect America (EOPA), former State Representative (ME), former Marine Veteran. “At this historic moment Elected Officials to Protect America stands with Indian farmers in their struggle for survival, for justice, for democracy, for a say in determining and protecting their futures and that of successive generations.” More
Elected Officials see Biden’s clean car plan can as a vehicle to help save lives in frontline communitiesA recent study from Harvard University, in collaboration with universities in England, found that world-wide one in five premature deaths can be attributed to fossil fuel air pollution. According to this new research, over 350,000 people in the United States died in 2018 from fossil fuel air pollution prematurely — numbers three times higher than previously suggested by other studies. . . . More