Friday, October 11, 2013


News Release: Clean energy, economic, and health experts urge Minnesota to use the real health and environmental costs of electricity in planning our energy future | Fresh Energy
The University of Minnesota economists estimate that total health and environmental damages from electricity generation in Minnesota, including impacts to human health and the environment, are $2.164 billion every year. These damages include $877 million from criteria air pollutants, and $1.287 billion from carbon [sic] pollution.
Green Energy Is Driving Europe On A Path To Economic Decline | The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF)
We can only hope that America learns from the ruinous green energy policies in Germany and other EU nations before such misguided policies wreak further social and economic damage.

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