Have you seen the chemicals used in the manufacture of your so called green energy?You don't like wind farms because you don't agree with diversifying our energy portfolio with green alternatives.
So your OK trading one for the other?
Or worse yet, creating more of the same?
That's mighty green of you.
I'm sure you've got that covered...I'm concerned about fish. That's why I'm here on this fishing forum talking about conservation issues that impact fish. So I'm willing to trade some energy sources that might have a lower impact on said fish. I'm not sure what they talk about on the shrub steppe habitat conservation forums. You might want to check that out and report back.
I'm sure you've got that covered...
what say you?
One side talks interventions and the other side just talks about what's wrong with those interventions.I say these discussions are more circular and less interesting everytime. For a bunch of guys who claim to have the same interests at heart we always end up slamming our heads against the opposite sides of the same wall.
That was written in 2001 by the dam operators. Worthless.
Fair question: who has more legal rights to the water, farmers or ESA listed fish who require spill?
As for the tribs, you can’t have water rights to water that doesn’t exist.
For starting a post in the conservation forum you sure don’t seem to give a shit about the fish.
Seems as though most wind turbine advocates think these smokestacks with blades...usually sited in large groups on ridge tops and open areas, aren't unsightly because of their anti fossil fuel image.