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Solar Sunday.

TODAY!  Ben Luce in Lenox.  Bryce on WWR. Join us at Lenox High School for a Solar Ice Cream Sunday. Come for the Ice Cream stay for the facts about Solar   Dr. Ben Luce,  Ph.D. will talk about state of the art solar technology and its promise of helping with climate change. Adele Gravitz and Greg Federspiel will update us on the Lenox solar situation – Municipal and Residential. Aric Brown from CET will talk about home energy audits and how to sign up!   This Sunday on Wind Wise Radio: Truth from Texas with Robert Bryce and Headlines with our Expert RoundtableSun. April 29, 7pm ET     Robert Bryce will be joining us to talk about IWT.  His writing has appeared in dozens of publications including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, National Review, Washington Post, American Conservative, The Nation, … Read entire article »

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This busy weekend.

Several events are happening this weekend. Dr. Ben Luce will be giving two presentations and WWR will be talking with Robert Bryce  with a roundtable discussion to follow.     This Sunday on Wind Wise Radio: Truth from Texas with Robert Bryce and Headlines with our Expert RoundtableSun. April 29, 7pm ET Robert Bryce will be joining us to talk about IWT.  His writing has appeared in dozens of publications including the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, National Review, Washington Post, American Conservative, The Nation, Counterpunch, and The Guardian. His first book, Pipe Dreams: Greed, Ego, and the Death of Enron, received rave reviews and was named one of the best non-fiction books of 2002 by Publishers Weekly. His second book, Cronies: Oil, the Bushes, and the Rise of Texas, America’s Superstate, was published in 2004. His third book, Gusher of Lies: The Dangerous Delusions of “Energy … Read entire article »

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Ben Luce Lecture is this Friday.

Too Close. Please help distribute postcards this Wedneday and Thursday. Flyers are available to print and distribute now. If you need some cards to distribute, please email us at preserve @ preservelenoxmountain.org and we will get some to you. Arrests at Lowell Mountain in Vermont Audio account of arrests by Vermont Public Radio, interview with the JOURNALIST WHO WAS ARRESTED along with the protestors: jwplayer('jwplayer-1').setup({"flashplayer":"http:\/\/preservelenoxmountain.org\/blog\/wp-content\/uploads\/jw-player-plugin-for-wordpress\/player\/player.swf","width":"400","height":"40","controlbar":"bottom","skin":"http:\/\/preservelenoxmountain.org\/blog\/wp-content\/plugins\/jw-player-plugin-for-wordpress\/skins\/simplicity.zip","dock":"false","autostart":"false","mediaid":"1700","image":"","playerReady":"function(obj) { document.getElementById(obj['id']).parentNode.style.height = document.getElementById(obj['id']).getPluginConfig('controlbar')['height'] + 'px'; }","icons":"","file":"http:\/\/preservelenoxmountain.org\/blog\/wp-content\/uploads\/2011\/12\/2way-1206o.mp3","modes":[{"type":"flash","src":"http:\/\/preservelenoxmountain.org\/blog\/wp-content\/uploads\/jw-player-plugin-for-wordpress\/player\/player.swf"},{"type":"html5","config":{"streamer":"","provider":""}},{"type":"download","config":{"streamer":"","provider":""}}]}); Much more on this developing story is at MountainTalk  – http://lowellmountainsnews.wordpress.com/ … Read entire article »

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Industrial Wind on our Ridgelines is Bad Science

Dr. Ben Luce, PhD is a physicist, sustainable energy researcher, and former director of a pro-wind alliance. He advocated successfully for tax credits that resulted in an industrial-scale wind farm on the eastern plains of New Mexico. He is now living and working in Vermont. He believes that ridgeline wind power development is simply not needed. As a long-time friend of wind, Dr. Luce nevertheless presents a scientific case against wind power on mountain ridgelines. And perhaps most importantly, he details how solar power can be utilized to reliably supply more than 95% of Vermont’s demand without wind’s controversial impacts to ecosystems, scenery, and property values. Our neighbors just to the north in Vermont have slightly more wind resources than we do so it is no surprise they are also being … Read entire article »

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