A coalition of citizens advocating responsible, science based, economically and environmentally sound approaches to Maine’s energy policy.
First Wind Rollins project in the Lincoln Lakes
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NRCM's CO2 - From A Different Point of View The PDF document at the following link put NRCM's own published CO2 information into the perspective of the Maine woods and shows the terrible tradeoff that is industrial wind in Maine.
This fraudulent industry has voluntary regulations. With these voluntary regulations this fraudulent industry has reported very little of its eagle mortality. Yet since 1997 and including 2014 numbers about 31,000 eagle carcasses have been shipped…Continue
Started by Jim Wiegand Nov 28, 2014.
The wind industry is currently asking for 30 year eagle killing permits. It is long overdue that the public took notice to the Putin style politics taking place with the Interior Department and the wind industry. Most of the public is not aware…Continue
Started by Jim Wiegand. Last reply by Jim Wiegand Aug 16, 2014.
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