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Friends of the Earth Australia welcome the concept of a wind farm at the Tamar Valley pulp mill site. A wind farm at the proposed pulp mill site is a strong concept that would create jobs and attract investment to northern Tasmania. If the wind farm comes to fruition it would be a leading example […]
Published by Blue & Green Tomorrow. View original article. The majority of Britons (70.1%) would be happy to have a wind farm constructed in their local area, according to a poll commissioned by the Mail on Sunday. A similar figure (68.1%) said they would prefer to live near to a wind development than a fracking […]
Published in The Conversation by Stephan Lewandowsky, a cognitive scientist and Chair of Cognitive Psychology at the University of Bristol. These views are his own. View original article. The sky is falling! Oh wait, no: it’s just the clouds moving… Sarah Smith Several Australian corporate figures have recently disparaged climate scientists. First, former banker David Murray questioned the integrity of climate […]
In a move that has surprised renewable energy advocates, Senator for Victoria John Madigan–who is better known for his strong opposition to wind energy–has backed the Clean Energy Finance Corporation. The Clean Energy Finance Corporation was a key plank of the Clean Energy Future legislation negotiated by the Gillard government, the Australian Greens and independent […]
Published by the American Wind Energy Association. View original article. New research released by an independent grid operator confirms that wind energy is drastically decreasing both the price of electricity and emissions of harmful pollutants. The study was led by PJM, the independent grid operator for all or parts of 13 Mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes […]