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A Model for Tackling the Energy Challenge

On July 20, 1969, the United States reached the moon, beating the decade's-end goal set by President John F. Kennedy ... Read More »

Outgoing Environment Chief Sets His Sights on Peace Corps

Ghana has 138 districts with 79 dialects, and working there can involve finessing the Akan, Moshi-Dagomba, Ewe, and Ga tribes ... Read More »

Environmental Affairs Secretary Announces Departure – Golledge Designated Ghana Country Director for Peace Corps

Massachusetts Secretary of Environmental Affairs Robert W. Golledge, Jr. has been designated Ghana Country Director for the Peace Corps in ... Read More »

Patrick Picks Team Leaders – Diverse, bipartisan trio will drive his transition efforts.

Governor-elect Deval L. Patrick yesterday named a woman who is a former Weld administration official, a Worcester lawyer, and a ... Read More »

The Shaw Group Expands Nuclear Office Facilities in Stoughton, Massachusetts to Accommodate Growing Nuclear Workforce

BATON ROUGE, LA.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 25, 2006--The Shaw Group Inc. announced today that it has relocated its nuclear office in Stoughton, ... Read More »

Final Massachusetts GHG Credit Regulations

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) announces final Greenhouse Gas (GHG) amendments to regulations 310 CMR 7.00: Appendix B ... Read More »

GEI Consultants and Chadwick Ecological Consultants Merge

BOSTON, Mass. and LITTLETON, Co. - August 14, 2006 - GEI Consultants, Inc., one of the nation?s leading geotechnical, environmental, ... Read More »

LNG Supplies, Solutions Lacking: Regional Planning Tough to Execute, Top Regulator Says

New England badly needs new supplies of liquefied natural gas, the country's top energy regulator said yesterday, but he's skeptical ... Read More »

Burack Confirmed as Environmental Services Commissioner

LACONIA - Gov. John Lynch and the Executive Council today confirmed Thomas Burack, who will bring both business and environmental ... Read More »