My work with the American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) brought me to Washington DC this spring and gave me the opportunity to visit the Appalachian Mountain area—the heart of coal country.
Viewing Posts from September, 2011
I recently read an article that discussed the need for a new approach to the open enrollment communication process largely due to the issue of health care reform. Changes in health care at the Federal level are raising a lot of questions and concerns, among employers and employees alike.
August 29,2011. It’s a beautiful late summer day in the Mad River Valley, 72 degrees, white puffy clouds and a cool breeze. I’m stranded at my home on Rice Mountain in Warren, Vermont after my driveway washed out in the worst flooding since 1927.
Green is gone
Remember when “green was green?” When mainstream consumers and multinational corporations discovered that environmental stewardship was also fiscally responsible? When going green was a lucrative business strategy?
Those heady days are now passed.
Contrary to what it may feel like here in the U. S. , the wind industry is booming. I was reminded of this recently when Steve Sawyer, Secretary General of the Global Wind Energy Council, spoke at NRG Systems. It was a good time for a reminder.