Someone might want to tell these persons to get off their high unicorns for a moment and understand that just for starters, electricity generation accounts for only 9% of Maine's CO2 emissions. So wind at best could reduce but a small fraction of CO2 in that 9%. Desecrate perhaps 50% of our scenic views for a tiny fraction of 9%? Bad deal, bad math. Real math here: http://www.windtaskforce.org/page/mass-vs-maine-co2
From Press Herald:
"We love the wild outdoors in Maine. To protect this resource, we must slow global warming. To slow global warming, we must reduce CO2 emissions. That means more renewable energy, and that means more wind farms."