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Consequently there is a push to reduce CO₂ and other emissions to slow, if not reverse, that warming. That push is used to promote the large-scale development of wind energy and to overcome objections of cost and [[Adverse impacts of wind energy|adverse environmental effects]], as well as to avoid questions of actual benefit.<ref name=CO2>[[Carbon emissions]]</ref>
Consequently there is a push to reduce CO₂ and other emissions to slow, if not reverse, that warming. That push is used to promote the large-scale development of wind energy and to overcome objections of cost and [[Adverse impacts of wind energy|adverse environmental effects]], as well as to avoid questions of actual benefit.<ref name=CO2>[[Carbon emissions]]</ref>


Any controversies over the science or politics of anthropogenic climate change are irrelevant to the arguments for wind energy. If there is a need to reduce CO₂ and other emissions, then wind energy has proved to be ineffective.<ref name=CO2>[[Carbon emissions]]</ref><ref>https://wind-watch.org/pix/displayimage.php?pid=515</ref> With that acknowledgement, the costs and adverse impacts of wind energy far outweigh any other benefits that might be claimed and that remain minuscule.
Any controversies over the science or politics of anthropogenic climate change are, however, irrelevant to the arguments for wind energy. If there is a need to reduce CO₂ and other emissions, then wind energy has proved to be ineffective.<ref name=CO2>[[Carbon emissions]]</ref><ref>https://wind-watch.org/pix/displayimage.php?pid=515</ref> With that acknowledgement, the costs and adverse impacts of wind energy far outweigh any other benefits that might be claimed and that remain minuscule.


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