by Matt Prindiville, NRCM toxics project director Honorable Committee Members. I am Matt Prindiville, Toxics Project Director with the Natural Resources Council of Maine. The Natural Resources Council of Maine is Maine’s leading membership-supported environmental advocacy organization dedicated to protecting the nature of Maine now, and for future generations. We were the lead policy organization Read More
The Natural Resources Council of Maine advocates spend much of their time during the legislative session providing testimony on a wide range of bills before various committees of the Maine Legislature.
by Cathy Johnson, North Woods project director Good afternoon Sen. Nutting, Rep. Piotti and members of the Committee. My name is Cathy Johnson. I am here today on behalf of the 9000 members and supporters of the Natural Resources Council of Maine in opposition to L.D. 2077, An Act to Make Adjustments to the Allagash Read More
by Jon Hinck, NRCM toxics project director Thank you for the opportunity to present comments in favor of LD 1379 on behalf of the Natural Resources Council of Maine (Council). I am Jon Hinck and work on wind siting and policy issues for the Council. I live in Portland. The Council is a public interest, Read More
by Jon Hinck, NRCM toxics project director Good afternoon Senator Cowger, Representative Koffman, and members of the Natural Resources Committee. My name is Jon Hinck. I am Staff Attorney and Toxics Project Director with the Natural Resources Council of Maine (NRCM). NRCM supports LD 1157 and encourages the Committee to vote “Ought to Pass” on Read More
by Brownie Carson, NRCM executive director My name is Brownie Carson. I testify here today on behalf of the Natural Resources Council of Maine, a citizen supported environmental advocacy organization with 8000 members and supporters. Thank you to Congressman Tom Allen for giving us all the opportunity to express our views on the critical environmental Read More
Comments by Sue Jones, Energy Project Director The Natural Resources Council of Maine appreciates DEP’s significant efforts in reviewing the comments submitted in the Chapter 145 rulemaking and in developing a proposal for your consideration today. With all due respect, however, the NRCM believes that DEP has not presented the best plan for the people Read More