I was pleased to read in the Globe this morning that the state is announcing today a $68 million effort to subsidize the installation of solar cells on homes, businesses, and schools in the state.
In case you missed it, Australia ratified the Kyoto accords, leaving only one industrialized country — US — refusing to join. Slightly amusingly, Andrew Revkin of the Times initially said that only two countries remained — the behemoth US and tiny Liechtenstein. But in this post, he apologizes to the postage-stamp European nation. It is, indeed, only US.
I've mentioned the Texas Libertarian several times, because he says a couple of things that interest me, and I love that he's not a cookie-cutter candidate. He says what he thinks, period.
This is, of course, what I've been militating for, and my chief justification against Clinton, that she wouldn't speak her mind even if she were being water-boarded.
At the monthly gathering of Boston Green Drinks last night, I was one of several people to volunteer to take over "administration" of the group, which is involves far less than my word choice implies (hence the quotes), but I can't think of a better word.