Tag Archives: bird mortality

Flexible standards

Bird and bat mortality monitoring protocols specify searching a 50 metre radius from the centre of the turbine column. As can be seen from the photos below, this turbine pad extends only 8 metres behind the turbine and 12 metres … Continue reading

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Plunder Generation

The Plunder Generation Writing for Breitbart.com Jay Hayward recently complimented radio-host superstar  “Mark Levin’s” latest book “Plunder and Deceit” capturing the gist in concise terms,… “liberalism is strip-mining the future to make themselves rich and powerful today, while making dissent … Continue reading

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Who’s side is he on anyway?

Environmental Commissioner of Ontario: Green Poverty is Good Re-blogged from om Adams Energy http://tomadamsenergy.com/?p=2009 28 February 2012, 9:01 am by Tom Adams I debated Gord Miller once on Steve Paikin’s TV show when Miller argued that the fact that our … Continue reading

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Senators Awaken to the Call of Nature Environmental groups….shockingly silent

Despite the fact that our Federal tax dollars gave industrial wind development its first toe-hold on Lake Superior and a lot of looking the other way, or ineptness on enforcement of Canada’s MBA and ESA seems to be occurring, citizens … Continue reading

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FALSE GODS AND FAITH HEALERS

“Our environment is the natural source of our wealth and the home of millions of species for which we are planetary stewards,” says Tindal. “How long can we barter this priceless inheritance for the promise of growing economic returns?” One … Continue reading

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