Tag Archives: green energy

Being Pushed Off Traditional Fishing Ground’s – Tidal safety zone plan worries lobster fishermen

The four undersea power cables connecting the in-stream tidal test site to the Fundy Ocean Research Centre for Energy in Parrsboro cost about $15 million. Mark Taylor has been setting lobster traps in the Minas Passage for three decades. The Halls Harbour fisherman doesn’t want to damage any undersea power cables but he also doesn’t want to get pushed off his lobster grounds. Read the rest here 11:32

Influence peddling, green energy, and romance: An Oregon Love Story

When a love affair begins with shared dreams of solar panels and fantasies of switchgrass, it shouldn’t surprise us that it leads to tears, resignation and federal investigations. Such is the love story of Oregon’s former governor John Kitzhaber and his fiancée, Cylvia Hayes. “Their relationship, from its beginning in 2002,” the New York Times wrote Feb. 15 after Kitzhaber announced his resignation, “was based, friends said, on a shared passion for a low-carbon energy future.”The Department of Justice last week issued subpoenas to Oregon state agencies, as part of a federal investigation involving Kitzhaber and Hayes. Read the rest here 17:52