Monthly Archives: June 2015

Connect With Nature

[From Connect Column Archives] Most of us are so involved in our daily lives that we do not notice the ground is shifting under our very feet. We hear or read one news story after another that tells of problems … Continue reading

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Environment & Politics

[From Connect Column Archives] How did it happen? How did concerns about the environment and, more particularly, what to do about them, get so tied up in politics? I know as sure as I sit here writing this column that … Continue reading

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Jackson Morrow Park Thoroughfare: NO

[From Connect Column Archives] Thoroughfare The Webster Street through Jackson Morrow Park controversy coupled with talk about a road to connect the Webster extension through Jackson Morrow Park to private commercial property under development and the questions about wetlands raise … Continue reading

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Bush and Cheney Energy Secrets

[From Connect Column Archives] The General Accounting Office, which is a non-partisan investigative arm of the Congress of the United States, has repeatedly asked President George W. Bush and Vice-President Dick Cheney for more details about the meetings convened by … Continue reading

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Stem Cell Research

[From Connect Column Archives] There has been much said about human embryonic stem cell research. Now that President George W. Bush has taken a position against spending federal tax dollars for embryonic stem cell research except with existing cell lines, … Continue reading

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The Ozone Layer; Our Friend

[From Connect Column Archives] As I thought about this column, the sun was just peaking over the trees. The words of a song loved by my grandchildren came to mind: “Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun, Please shine down on … Continue reading

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National Energy Policy & ANWR

[From Connect Column Archives] Chalk up a victory for common sense. The United States Senate this past week acted wisely when it voted to block oil drilling activities in the ANWR wildlife area. If drilling activities had been allowed, the … Continue reading

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