Dan Weeks

Dan Weeks

Dan Weeks is vice president at ReVision Energy, an employee-owned Benefit Corporation. He lives in Nashua with his wife and kids.

A woman buys groceries at a market

Commentary: Memo to state lawmakers: If Maine can do it, so can we

By: - January 18, 2022

This year, our family decided to cross the Piscataqua River and spend the holiday in Maine – a first for me as a committed Granite Stater. Although I maintain that New Hampshire’s mountains, moose, and maple syrup are unrivaled anywhere, I have to admit that I was impressed by Maine’s recent record on environmental protection. […]

Thomas Jefferson's grave

Commentary: Will we teach our children facts or fear?

By: - December 17, 2021

On a recent afternoon drive through Jefferson, New Hampshire, with the majestic Presidential Range in view, my ever-inquisitive 5-year-old son wanted to know about our nation’s third president. I paused and recalled what I had learned about Thomas Jefferson as a boy some 30 years ago. I thought of the towering bronze statue of Jefferson, […]

A view of Earth from the observatory

Commentary: It’s never too late, or too soon, to do the right thing

By: and - November 12, 2021

“Never give in charity what is owed in justice.” – Pope John XXIII We Americans are a generous people. According to the National Philanthropic Trust, we gave over $300 billion to charity as individuals in 2020. That’s nearly 2 percent of our nation’s GDP. And we are not just generous with our treasure: nearly one in […]

Parched land in the desert

Commentary: A corps to match a crisis

By: - August 24, 2021

“Service is the rent we pay for the privilege of living on this earth.” These words by the late Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm were never more apt than today. And the rent just went up. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), living on Planet Earth is a perilous privilege indeed. After eight years […]

Hands holding on to prison bars

Commentary: Does systemic racism exist in New Hampshire?

By: and - June 2, 2021

According to Republican leaders in Concord, systemic racism does not exist in New Hampshire and talk of it should be banned in our schools, state agencies, and private entities that contract with the state. Even Gov. Chris Sununu, who has pledged to veto the so-called “divisive concepts” language now in the state budget, recently denounced the term “systemic […]