Jue, 21/01/2010 - 12:30am — admin
The Willow Creek Energy Center is in violation of state noise standards for at least three nearby homes, its acoustical expert revealed at a planning commission meeting Tuesday night. Still up for debate, according to the other experts in attendance, is how much and how often.
Mié, 20/01/2010 - 9:52am — admin
The Berkshire Natural Resources Council, a land conservation organization, recognizes that wind power, in the right places and at the right scale, is one potential component in a larger strategy to address climate change. But deplores the bill’s willingness to sacrifice generations of environmental progress to satisfy an agenda that is as political as it is scientific.
Mié, 13/01/2010 - 9:18am — admin
Upgrades make highway safer for people in vehicles, but wildlife are paying the price.
Lun, 11/01/2010 - 9:48am — admin
Wind farms produced "practically no electricity" during the cold snap which manufacturers' groups say could lead to severe winter energy shortages.
Jue, 07/01/2010 - 8:30pm — admin
A associação ambientalista Quercus está contra a construção de novos parques eólicos nas serras do Marão e Alvão, distrito de Vila Real, denunciando a proliferação de aerogeradores e novos acessos que poderão afectar a preservação do Lobo Ibérico neste território.
Mié, 06/01/2010 - 10:08am — admin
The FAA in a recent finding said that 15 of the farm’s proposed 30 400-foot-tall windmills have the potential to create problems for aviation.
Mié, 30/12/2009 - 9:22pm — admin
New Yorkers need to understand why a 300-foot tall wind turbine weighing 187 tons collapsed in a Madison County cornfield. The collapse is not an isolated incident.
Dom, 27/12/2009 - 11:44pm — admin
“Este ecosistema es ahora mucho más raro que los bosques lluviosos tropicales, que también están desapareciendo muy rápidamente”, afirmó Muñoz.
Vie, 18/12/2009 - 10:38am — admin
There is a holocaust happening. Right now. And it’s not confined to one nation or even one region. It is a global crisis. Species are going extinct en masse. Every 20 minutes, we lose an animal species. If this rate continues, by century’s end, 50 per cent of all living species will be gone. It is a phenomenon known as “the sixth extinction.’’
Vie, 18/12/2009 - 9:09am — admin
To be stable and functional, an ecosystem requires balance. Too much fluctuation in any of a number of variables can result in runaway extremes of temperature, acidity, drought, and other conditions that will leave the system unfit for most of its living inhabitants.