November 5, 2011
Environment, Maine, Massachusetts, Publications, Vermont

Ridges Are Not Renewable!

Industrial wind projects are presented as a “green” way to produce energy. But standing on top of one of the world’s oldest mountains, watching forest and stone get blown away to make room for these behemoths – that tells a different story. There is no way to “un-blast” a ridge.

Corporations of the world flock towards the capital these projects put in their pockets – they don’t care that they’re the most inefficient and expensive way to make clean energy, that there are better alternatives. They don’t care that they’re exploding icons of our culture. But we do.

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