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Some Scientists Protest Draft of Warming Report

WASHINGTON--January 29, 2007--Later this week, international climate scientists will issue a dire forecast for the planet that warns of slowly ... Read More »

Going Deep to Renew Energy

QUINCY--Deep-water wind farms will top the agenda when U.S. Rep. William Delahunt, D-Mass., leads a congressional delegation to Germany this ... Read More »

Secretary Bowles Announces Management Team for Energy and Environment

BOSTON--Friday, January 5, 2007--Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Ian Bowles today announced additions to the management team at the ... Read More »

Developing a Strategic Plan for GIS in Massachusetts

Whether you are a user of GIS software, a manager, a planner or anyone else who benefits from GIS, we need ... Read More »

Bush Set to Tackle Global Warming

WASHINGTON--President Bush this week is prepared to unveil what his aides have billed as a bold new national strategy to ... Read More »

ARCADIS and Bioengineering Team Awarded $150 Million Contract for New Orleans Flood Protection

METAIRIE, LA. - January 4, 2007 - Bioengineering Group and ARCADIS (NASDAQ: ARCAF) announced today that their team has been ... Read More »

New EOEA Secretary Bowles Selects Ann Berwick as Energy Undersecretary

BOSTON - Sunday, December 17, 2006 - Continuing to fill out his cabinet with leading talent, Governor-elect Deval Patrick today ... Read More »

Governor-elect Patrick Names Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs and Secretary of Housing and Economic Development

BOSTON - Friday, December 15, 2006 - In a first glimpse at the cabinet reorganization the new administration will undertake, ... Read More »

Cape Wind’s Prospects and Energy Output Get a Boost

Democrat Deval Patrick, an early and strong supporter of the Cape Wind project, was easily elected governor of the Commonwealth, ... Read More »