About: air water earth – new england
On a daily basis, elected officials and policymakers, project developers, proponents and opponents make decisions or take actions that could have an impact on our environment and the business of our environment–from a local zoning board’s hearing on how a new anaerobic digester fits in with its surroundings to a state legislature’s debate on the impact of transmission lines from a bordering state, or country. Some seemingly minor decisions at the local level can have far reaching implications because of their precedent. Others by regulators can set the stage for protracted battles or delay for what may prove to be worthwhile, and necessary, projects. Businesses and entrepreneurs take initiatives to solve problems or fill the void with environmental projects or products.
Launched in beta version in April, 2013, air water earth – new england is a comprehensive collection of environmental news, opinion and insight from media outlets in six New England states. Some stories are local in nature, but may indicate a trend. Others may report on issues affecting millions of New England residents, their lifestyles and their jobs. Land-use, water quality and supply, waste management, energy, sustainability and more. We’ll do our best to find all of those stories from reliable publications and broadcasts and post them for you here.
We’ll also provide important links to the government agencies and associations that make the business of the environment their business, from regulators to advocacy groups. Check our calendar listings for announcements of meetings that focus on the environment and environmental policy.
And, we soon hope to provide you with original content in the form of point/counterpoint opinion pieces, and by diving a little deeper into published reports with the newsmakers and reporters covering them. Stay tuned.