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Climate Change Solutions Could Prove Disastrous for Billions of People, But Worth it to Save the Planet, Scientists Say

Geo-engineering: Climate fixes ‘could harm billions’ David Shukman – Science editor, BBC News – November 25, 2014 Schemes to tackle climate change could prove disastrous for billions of people, but might be required for the good of the planet, scientists say. That is the conclusion of a new set of studies into what’s become known as […]

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Ontario: Ill Wind Blows From Wind Turbines

Lawrence Solomon — Financial Post — November 25, 2014 The wind industry is dangerous to human health, posing risks to everything from dizziness and nausea to chronic stress and heart conditions A Canadian court will soon decide if wind turbines violate Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms by posing a risk to human health. Charter […]

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Google Engineers Conclude Renewables like Wind and Solar are a Waste of Time and Resources

Margaret Wente — Globe and Mail — November 24, 2014 All over Ontario, giant wind turbines are sprouting up across the rural landscape and ruining people’s lives. Ordinary people are trying to fight them off in court, but they don’t have a chance. The multinational wind industry has a lot more money than they do. […]

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U.S. — Conservation Groups and Wind Industry Clash over Damage to Desert Ecosystems

Wind energy faces turbulent future in desert Sammy Roth — The Desert Sun — November 24, 2014 For renewable energy advocates and environmental groups, few questions are more divisive than the impact of wind turbines on desert wildlife. Trade organizations see wind development as something of a climate change panacea: an abundant, relatively inexpensive clean […]

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Earliest Ice on Record Appears on Great Lakes

(Of course, we know this must be the result of Man-made Global Warming, because whenever I want a refreshingly cold glass of lemonade, I always throw it in the microwave first to get that just right icy frosty effect. — DQ) CBC — November 24, 2014 According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the ice formation […]

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Silly Article Claims Polar Bears Have Become “Killers” Because of Starvation

As one person commented below the article, famous explorer Roald Amundsen was attacked by a polar bear (back in the days when explorers drove SUV’s, remember?). — DQ Lindsay Abrams — Salon — November 22, 2014 When polar bears attack: How climate change is creating a new breed of unlikely killers As the ice caps melt, […]

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Wind Industry Lies Continue to Be Exposed

Christopher Booker — Daily Mail — November 23, 2014 On November 7, Guardian readers were excited by a huge two-page advertisement from the wind farm company Ecotricity, hailing what it described as “a historic event”. This, it explained, was on Sunday October 19, following the Didcot power station fire, when several other major power plants […]

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U.S. — Turbines boosting governments’ bank accounts

(More than likely, this explains the Ontario Liberals deep obsession to building more of these behemoths, when we already have a surplus of electricity in this province — DQ) Tracy Moss — The News Gazette — November 23, 2014 In its first year on the property tax rolls, the California Ridge wind farm contributed more than […]

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Great article: When Too Big Is an Issue

Michael Fitzgerald — Finger Lakes Times — November 21, 2014 This week, the town of Caitlin, south of Watkins Glen, got cold feet over a proposal to build a wind farm. The town board was poised to pass a local law that would open the door for a Florida company to build a wind-driven electrical […]

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Ohio: Wind Energy Industry Protests Bird-Kill Fines

Ohio House passes legislation Jim Provance — The Blade — November 22, 2014 COLUMBUS — Ohio’s fledgling wind energy industry is balking at a largely ignored provision of a massive environmental bill overwhelmingly approved in the House this week, arguing it is designed to throw one more wrench into its turbines. The language would allow […]

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Legal battle over Ontario wind turbine farm may redefine ‘harm’

Sean Fine — Globe and Mail — November 21, 2014 The right to be free from chronic annoyance is at the heart of a legal challenge that could shake Ontario’s multibillion wind-energy business, and limit other industrial development in rural areas. It pits a family whose farming history goes back a century in Southwestern Ontario […]

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The Canadian MSM is Starting to Pay Attention! Wind Farms Killing Thousands of Bats

Tip o’ the hat to M.K. Barton for this article. Sheila Pratt — National Post — November 19, 2014 EDMONTON — Thousands of bats die on southern Alberta wind farms each year, but it’s unclear what effect that is having on the overall population, says Canada’s foremost bat expert, Robert Barclay. Most of the bats […]

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Idaho News Video: How Often Do Wind Companies Check for Dead Birds?? The Owner of This One says “Twice a Year”

Click on picture to go to news video. Karen Zatkulak, KTVB — November 18, 2014 BOISE – Wind farms are popping up all across our region. In Idaho alone, there are around 600 turbines generating energy. The alternative resource could be endangering local wildlife, including many species of birds. In fact, it’s estimated that 2,500 […]

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Birdlife International: Globally recognized habitat in Ontario headed for ruin due to wind turbines

Nature Canada — November 17, 2014 Press Release November 17, 2014 (OTTAWA) More than 350 of the planet’s most important sites for nature are threatened with being lost forever according to a new report by BirdLife International. Four of Canada’s Important Bird and Biodiversity Areas (IBAs) are in danger. The BirdLife International report “IBAs in […]

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Donna Rachel Edmunds — Breitbart London — November 17, 2014 Germany’s Vice Chancellor, Sigmar Gabriel, has indicated that the country will abandon its commitment to reducing CO2 emissions by 40 percent by 2020, from a 1990 base level. In doing so he has won the ongoing clash with his own environmental minister Barbara Hendricks over […]

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