The New York Times recently ran an article by Matt Yglesias entitled “How to Fix Maine’s Mining Industry Without Opening It Up to New Entrants.”
It is worth noting that Ygleias is a former Cato Institute fellow and a libertarian, so he might have some good things to say about the industry.
Yglegesias is certainly a better resource for understanding the industry than I am, but that does not make him a better journalist.
I think that Yeglesias’ analysis is generally well worth a read, and that the problems of the industry are more likely to be understood if one looks at the source material and not just the headline.
The author’s main points are that the Maine Mining Association has the resources and the organizational structure to compete effectively in the market; that there are other options; and that there is a strong incentive to move to a new mining industry.
There are plenty of ways to fix the industry, but I do not think the most important is to try to force it into a new market.
The Maine Mining Industry’s strengths are its strong leadership and its long-term vision.
If the industry is to remain competitive in the long run, it needs to be able to provide an effective and sustainable model for the industry to thrive in the marketplace.
In fact, the only way to achieve this is for the mining industry to be integrated into a broader network of local businesses, including community-based organizations, which will make the industry more resilient in the future.
The authors acknowledge that a new industry has been created in the last few years, and the industry has not been able to survive without its members.
The MMIA has a lot to prove to the public and to the government.
They have made the wrong choice and the wrong mistake.
It has been too long since the MMIAs founders came together, and they have not been particularly successful.
They seem to have lost sight of the fact that their own industry is much more important than Maine’s.
The industry needs a leader who can motivate its members and persuade them to invest.
The most promising candidates are those who have shown an ability to inspire, who have been able develop new ways to do business, and who can bring new ideas to the table.
The author also notes that the mining sector has made some changes in the past few years.
The mining industry has started to grow more quickly and diversify its resources, as opposed to shrinking or becoming less profitable.
In particular, the industry’s investments in renewable energy have been very successful.
As an added bonus, the Maine mining industry is a very good example of the growing number of local organizations that are actively engaged in mining and related industries.
But this is not enough.
It is essential to understand that the new industry needs to have strong leadership.
And this leadership needs to come from a variety of different sources, from existing members, the public, and even outside the industry itself.
In addition, there are two critical challenges the industry faces in its future.
First, there is the fact of climate change, which is going to have a serious effect on the mining environment.
Maine has a relatively poor record in keeping the environment clean, but there are many other states that are doing very well, including New York, California, and Massachusetts.
As a result, the state is well positioned to make significant progress on reducing emissions.
Second, the mining boom has been very uneven.
Some regions have benefited, while others have experienced a decline.
Maine, for example, has experienced the greatest decline in its mining sector, but it has also experienced a large decline in the other mining sectors.
Maine’s industries are all diversified, but the industry still faces challenges in diversifying the sources of funding.
The state currently relies heavily on the federal government for funding, which has a significant effect on local development.
Finally, the government has been extremely slow to respond to the growing threats that climate change poses.
There are a number of issues that have been slow to be resolved, including the Maine state’s dependence on oil from the Bakken shale, which the industry depends on for its revenues.
What the MMBA needs is a leader with a clear vision for how to change the way the mining economy operates.
There is no need for an industry that relies solely on oil and gas and a lack of a clear plan for how that will be sustainable.
The real solution to the problems facing the industry requires the industry and the public to start to invest in a new business model that offers more sustainable economic outcomes.
The solutions are simple: First, the federal and state governments must start to take a leadership role in diversify the mining industries.
Second, the private sector should help finance a variety in a range of ways.
This is critical to solving these problems, because they will only grow as the country tries to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels.
To be clear, I