windfarms and Barren Grounds

To: <>, "Geoff Price" <>
Subject: windfarms and Barren Grounds
From: "michael hunter" <>
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2006 18:13:03 +1000
You are right Geoff,
                              Much of the argument against windfarms is
aesthetic, but in some situations birdkill is very significant, vide Roy
Sonnenberg's note on Griffon Vultures in Spain. A Spanish company is moving
heavily into developing Australian windfarms, may be behind the Victorian
                                I suspect that the real agenda behind this
thread is about the almost certain introduction of nuclear powerstations at
some stage, windfarms being a somewhat desperate delaying tactic.




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