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Jones, Nathan; Pejchar, Liba; and Kiesecker, JosephJones, Nathan; Pejchar, Liba; and Kiesecker, JosephJones, Nathan; Pejchar, Liba; and Kiesecker, Joseph
Energy footprint: How oil, natural gas, and wind energy affect land for biodiversity and the flow of ecosystem services
In comparison with oil and gas (and all fossil fuels), wind energy has the lowest lifecycle emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. Many studies have indicated a significant loss in global biodiversity and ecosystem services as a result of increasing global temperatures from the use of fossil fuels. As such, wind energy development is being promoted as a “clean” alternative. However, this perspective often overlooks the ever-growing impacts of energy development on the landscape, which have been termed . . . Complete article »

Jones, Nathan; Pejchar, Liba; and Kiesecker, JosephJones, Nathan; Pejchar, Liba; and Kiesecker, JosephJones, Nathan; Pejchar, Liba; and Kiesecker, Joseph
Energy footprint: How oil, natural gas, and wind energy affect land for biodiversity and the flow of ecosystem services
In comparison with oil and gas (and all fossil fuels), wind energy has the lowest lifecycle emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. Many studies have indicated a significant loss in global biodiversity and ecosystem services as a result of increasing global temperatures from the use of fossil fuels. As such, wind energy development is being promoted as a “clean” alternative. However, this perspective often overlooks the ever-growing impacts of energy development on the landscape, which have been termed . . . Complete article »

Jones, Nathan; Pejchar, Liba; and Kiesecker, JosephJones, Nathan; Pejchar, Liba; and Kiesecker, JosephJones, Nathan; Pejchar, Liba; and Kiesecker, Joseph
Energy footprint: How oil, natural gas, and wind energy affect land for biodiversity and the flow of ecosystem services
In comparison with oil and gas (and all fossil fuels), wind energy has the lowest lifecycle emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. Many studies have indicated a significant loss in global biodiversity and ecosystem services as a result of increasing global temperatures from the use of fossil fuels. As such, wind energy development is being promoted as a “clean” alternative. However, this perspective often overlooks the ever-growing impacts of energy development on the landscape, which have been termed . . . Complete article »

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