In interviewing Yet-Ming Chiang for a story I’m doing about wind energy in Hawaii, I got a glimpse into the complexities of the issues. Most people would think once a wind turbine goes up there’s
Life is serendipitous, isn’t it? Recently, I was heading up to Boston from Rhode Island when I ran into my friend Hilary and her sister Shannon. A few minutes into the conversation, I learned that my
I’ve been reading a lot lately about the controversy over fracking—fracturing layers of shale, deep underground, using a concoction of pressurized water, sand, and chemicals, to release pockets of natural gas trapped in the rocks.