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Kate Oatis

Appreciating your blog, Tom. Keep up the good work.

Bill O'Connor

I like your blog. As someone who worked in the energy field for over 4 decades, I appreciate journalists that stick to facts, not just opinions. Obviously we all have ideas on where America should go from the energy/environmental balance perspective. America is certainly an "energy hungry" country and will need multiple sources of power to satisfy its hunger for many years to come. Each source has good points and bad, but right now we need all of them.


Thanks, Bill. I've always respected your industry perspective. Appreciate your comments. I've learned a lot from you over the years.

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"Heaven is under our feet as well as over our heads."
- Henry David Thoreau

About Ripple Effect

Every pollution battle ultimately comes down to mankind's desire to better itself while protecting its sense of home. In this blog, Blade Staff Writer Tom Henry looks at how Great Lakes energy-environmental issues have a ripple effect on our public health, our natural resources, our economy, our psychological well-being, and our homespun pride.

About Tom Henry

Tom Henry is an award-winning journalist who has covered primarily energy and environmental issues the past two decades. He is a member of the national Society of Environmental Journalists, one of North America's largest journalism groups.

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