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Wind power refugeesDrawing by Marion Chapman, Australia - the artist has given her permission for people to use it to make posters or in any other form of communication to educate the public about the harm inflicted by industrial windJun 25, 2012
Ridges are not renewable!Lowell Mountain, Vermont - by courtesy of grandpasknobwind.wordpress.comJun 16, 2012
All the pain for zero gainAll the pain for zero gain - cartoonsbyjosh.comMar 10, 2012
Welcome to Joshua Tree National ParkBy courtesy of Basin and Range Watch, CaliforniaFeb 17, 2012
Salazar fast-tracking renewables on public landBy courtesy of Basin and Range Watch, CaliforniaFeb 17, 2012
Beinn Mhorr, ScotlandBy courtesy of Rupert KempleyFeb 16, 2012
The cursing of Delabole "wind farm"By courtesy of Rupert KempleyFeb 16, 2012
Not cheap. Not clean. Not for Idaho.Not cheap. Not clean. Not for Idaho. - billboard created by the Energy Integrity ProjectJan 16, 2012
150 metric tonnes of coal for onshore 3-MW turbine, 250 t for offshoreBy courtesy of World Coal Association, from data provided by Vestas: 150 metric tonnes of coal for an onshore 3-MW turbine, 250 t for offshoreJan 11, 2012
E.on F.offFrom The Isles Communities Turbine Action Campaign, EnglandOct 19, 2011
Green powerEditorial cartoon, June 15, 2011, by Jesse Springer, springercreative.comJun 22, 2011
Height of Lenchwick turbine compared to Worcester CathedralFrom and Vale Villages Against Scottish Power (VVASP)Jun 14, 2011
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