Cape Wind: First Gubernatorial Issues Debate

 
  

Cape Wind: First Gubernatorial Issues Debate

On Monday, August 16th the four Massachusetts Gubernatorial candidates took to the stage at Suffolk University. The debate centered around Cape WInd and what the state's role should be in promoting a green energy future.

 

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ABOUT CAPE WIND: FIRST GUBERNATORIAL ISSUES DEBATE

The controversy over the Cape Wind project has become an issue of statewide and national importance. The plan to put 130 wind turbines in the middle of Nantucket Sound has generated ten years of fierce debate over the definition of environmental responsibility and the future of renewable energy. The four candidates for governor this year Democrat incumbent Deval Patrick, Republican Charles Baker, Independent Tim Cahill and Green Party candidate Jill Stein debated the issue of Cape Wind and other environmental issues in this one hour debate Monday afternoon August 16, 2010.

The debate was held at Suffolk University in Boston in front of a live audience as the first of a number of “issue” debates sponsored by the journalistic public policy group Mass,Inc. http://www.massinc.org/Events/2010/08/First-Gubernatorial-Issues-Debate.aspx

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