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Archive: November 2012

Reducing CO2 emissions benefit of energy policy. An op-ed in the Bangor Daily News by Dave Edson and Steve Kahl

Recent reports that carbon dioxide emissions in the U.S. have fallen by 10 percent — to about 1992 levels — is good news. But the really great news is that this decline is caused by a more energy-efficient economy and increasing use of alternative fuels, including the astonishing drop in the percentage of our electricity generated by coal, from 50 percent to 34 percent in just five years. Replacing coal with natural gas has decreased carbon emissions, reduced acid rain, improved...

Woolpert signs Sewall on to Maine statewide orthoimagery program. Sewall knowledge of Maine communities is key to program buy-up potential

James W. Sewall Company recently contracted with Woolpert, Inc., to deliver geospatial products and services under the Maine GeoLibrary Orthoimagery Program. Launched in early 2012, the program is a five-year initiative to collect and provide online delivery of new orthoimagery for the entire state. The data includes four-band imagery at two-foot or one-meter pixel resolution. Maine municipalities, state and local organizations have an additional buy-up option to purchase higher-resolution...


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