Category: Perspectives

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Statewide environmental news roundup – September 2023 (Part II)

The State Corporation Commission [SCC] could soon be unable to rule on cases before it for the first time in Virginia history because it has only one judge sitting on the bench.


Virginia environmental news roundup – September 2023 (Part I)


Community Perspective: Our Kids Deserve Better

A contributed perspectives piece by Cara Walton
I would like to address a social media post by Matthew Cross. Now, “Why is a person from Harrisonburg worried about the school board in RCPS?”


Tiller Strings: sales, rentals, repair, sheet music, accessories.

Statewide environmental news roundup – August 2023

By a wide margin, Northern Virginia is the No. 1 site for data centers in the country and the world. These highly specialized buildings house the computer servers and routers that make digital interconnectivity possible…. Ashburn, Va., is the epicenter of “Data Center Alley,” anchoring a collection of nearly 300 data centers, scattered across Loudoun, Fairfax and Prince William counties, handling more than a third of the world’s online traffic. Many more are in the planning stages or currently under construction.

Community Perspective: From Madrid to Paris

A contributed perspectives piece by Anna Rose Geary: An overnight train trip offers more than chaperones on this school trip bargained for.

Statewide environmental news roundup – July 2023 (Part II)

“A major reform of how Virginia regulates the electricity monopoly Dominion Energy is cutting power bills [effective July 1]. It [ends] three surcharges.… it clears the way for a program to ease the impact of Dominion’s pass-through of fuel costs to ratepayers

Community Perspective: How do you spend your time?

A contributed perspectives piece by C.A. Mills
Craft (big C and little c) is back baby, and it is back in a big way.

Statewide environmental news roundup – July 2023 (Part I)

“This pipeline was snarled in court. Then Congress stepped in.” The Chesapeake Climate Action Network’s Director declared President Biden’s signing of the debt ceiling bill “will forever stain his legacy on climate and environmental justice … [as] the president who built the Mountain Valley Pipeline [MVP]. The president who locked in new fossil fuel infrastructure for decades to come at the most pivotal point in our climate journey. The president who stomped on more than half a century of bedrock environmental protections as a political favor.”

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