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Ocean Wind Gets Safer For Sea Life

Quieter offshore wind energy means happier porpoises Sami Grover, October 4, 2016 (TreeHugger) “…[M]uch of the ‘bird killing, bat mangling, fish destroying’ accusations so often leveled against wind power—both offshore and onshore—are largely based on ideological prejudice and a blanket opposition to green energy. But that doesn't mean we should ignore the potential consequences of any cle
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