Monday, June 13, 2011

APR 3 2006 Roy Bercaw Speaks to Cambridge City Council

Roy Bercaw discusses emissions reduction suggesting that wind turbines be placed on Cambridge open space in Lincoln MA, and on Harvard's property in Allston. He adds that the hot air generated at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government be captured to remove snow and ice from city streets in winter. He notes that it is not necessary to replace trees if you don't cut them down. Bercaw explains that serving persons without homes is now a big business serving the politicians and the human services industry. The Civic Unity Committee of the City Council excludes persons with disabilities from their programs promoting employment of vulnerable citizens. It is, he says, unequal protection of the laws.

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