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Sunday, August 11, 2013

Wind farms creating an environmental divide


Advocates fear voices opposing wind projects from within the movement will derail efforts to slow climate change and establish renewable energy sources.


FLORIDA — Timothy Danyliw is the type of guy whose truck has a “No farms, no food” bumper sticker, who owns a T-shirt proclaiming “Renewable energy is American security,” and who moved into a weathered, wood-framed house in the Berkshires for a quiet life amid nature.
His friend Larry Lorusso, a river guide and photographer, is much the same. His car runs on biodiesel, he’s a fan of solar panels, and he heats his home with wood gathered from the forest around his house.
Yet these men, whose lifestyles embrace the environmental ethic, have found themselves at odds with environmental leaders who say that wind power is...Continue Boston Globe business  

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