Please look at the following three Harvard Crimson pieces on wind. The old links (where lots of anti-wind comments once existed) no longer work.
I searched their site and found the articles in new locations, but there are no longer any of the original comments.
Am I doing something wrong or are the brain police at work?
First Wind half owner D.E. Shaw's Larry Summers attended Harvard and used to be their president. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lawrence_Summers
And the management of their other half owner Madison-Dearborn, is loaded with Harvard grads. http://www.mdcp.com/principals.asp
Or maybe they were just made to look foolish for flaunting their greenness without realizing they were blowing up pristine Maine ridgetops in trying to be green.
Article # 1
Harvard Signs Wind Power Contract
Harvard to become largest institutional buyer of wind-power in the region
By Natasha S. Whitney, CRIMSON STAFF WRITER
Published: Tuesday, November 03, 2009
Article # 2
Winds of Change
Harvard's recent commitment to wind power furthers its green promise
By The crimson Staff
Published: Friday, November 06, 2009
Article # 3
A Mighty Wind
We can outsource wind but should focus on local offsets and conservation
By Adam R. Gold
Published: Monday, November 09, 2009
Who are the brain police, Harvard?