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President and Strategist

Phone: (413) ***-****  HQ Phone
Berkshire Environmental Action Team
27 Highland Ave.
Pittsfield , Massachusetts 01201
United States

Company Description: Berkshire Environmental Action Team (BEAT) is dedicated to protecting the environment of Berkshire County and beyond. As an action oriented environmental...   more
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  • Founder
    Hampshire
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February | 2014 | No Fracked Gas In Mass!
www.nofrackedgasinmass.org, 1 Feb 2014 [cached]
"Technically, it's speculative," said Bruce Winn, president of Berkshire Environmental Action Team, but he believes the company wants to move quickly in seeking permits if a viable route can be found.
"It would go right through here," Winn said.
In recent weeks, Tennessee Gas Pipeline has contacted landowners along the tentative route, seeking permission to do survey work. The route is expected to angle northeast from an existing gas line coming from New York into Richmond; it would then pass through Lenox and other Berkshire towns, and towns in Franklin County and possibly Hampshire County on its way east to Dracut.
Interest in organizing in the Berkshires to oppose the project is not yet as evolved as in Franklin and Hampshire counties, Winn said, but he added that BEAT recently received a number of calls from residents seeking information. He said he expects the environmental organization will act as a lead group here and provide information.
Winn, a member of the adjunct environmental science faculty at Berkshire Community College, will speak March 8 in Cummington to a rapidly forming Hampshire County citizen group. He said objections to the project include the likelihood gas extracted through controversial fracking techniques will be delivered to Massachusetts. (READ FULL ARTICLE …)

www.oneearthnow.org, 12 Aug 2015 [cached]
As Bruce Winn of Berkshire Environmental Action Team pointed out, the number of statewide jobs in clean energy is comparable to that of the insurance industry.
"Clean energy jobs account for 2.5 percent of the Massachusetts state product, and these numbers are growing fast," he said.
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The renewable energy share went from 6 percent in 2011 to 9.3 percent in 2013," said Winn.
Bruce Winn of the ...
www.thebeatnews.org, 22 May 2014 [cached]
Bruce Winn of the Berkshire Environmental Action Team
Public programs will start Friday at ...
www.thebeatnews.org, 15 May 2014 [cached]
Public programs will start Friday at 2pm and include a mushroom walk with John Wheeler, track & sign tips and tricks from Elia Del Molino, and pond life exploration with Bruce Winn of the Berkshire Environmental Action Team.
Panelists included Berkshire State ...
www.recorder.com, 4 June 2014 [cached]
Panelists included Berkshire State Representative Paul Mark, Senior Attorney Shanna Cleveland of the Conservation Law Foundation, Leigh Youngblood of Mt. Grace Land Conservation Trust, Bruce Winn of the Berkshire Environmental Action Team, Franklin State Representative Denise Andrews and journalist Mike Jackson of the Montague Reporter, among others.
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"(Kinder Morgan) says they don't own the gas, just the line - but they're not paying to build it; we are," said Bruce Winn, of the Berkshire Environmental Action Team.
"That would be like me having to pay for a UPS truck because I occasionally get a package," he continued.
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Franklin County residents filled Greenfield Community College Dining Commons on Tuesday for a two-hour forum on the proposed Kinder Morgan pipeline and on related energy and environmental policy issues. Panelists included Berkshire State Representative Paul Mark, Senior Attorney Shanna Cleveland of the Conservation Law Foundation, Leigh Youngblood of Mt. Grace Land Conservation Trust, Bruce Winn of the Berkshire Environmental Action Team, Franklin State Representative Denise Andrews and journalist Mike Jackson of the Montague Reporter, among others. The Kinder Morgan corporation declined an invitation to send a representative. Recorder/Micky Bedell
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