21 Aug '11, 6pm

Finally!! Someone Explains Wind Energy's Real Wildlife Connection

OK, it’s mostly folks from the American Wind Energy Association (but also Jack Clarke of Mass Audubon, who inspired my enthusiastic title). But, seriously, they are right on. I almost never even mention the topic of wind turbines’ effect on wildlife,.. because it is so completely obvious. Wind energy is tremendously needed in addressing both global warming pollution and other pollution. Unless we want to go back to a time when we didn’t have electricity at all, it’s sorely needed.

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/08/21/finally-someone-expla...

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