One of the many, many problems with the way we run our economy is that we plunge ahead on every issue without rules and then, maybe just maybe, if things.
If we are going to take renewable energy seriously, it is going to require massive offshore wind turbine facilities. There's just no other way around it. But that cuts against.
There's an argument to be made that the issue of climate change is so important, with such horrible potential to transform the planet, that nothing should stand in the way.
My former home of Georgetown, Texas is set to become the first city in the United States to be entirely powered by wind and solar energy. It's remarkable how Texas.
A friend of mine saw this on a billboard outside of Boise. Not sure I really get this one except to say that people ideologically opposed to wind energy have.