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Proposed Industrial Turbine Locations – 2018

RES - Turbine location update.   August 10, 2018 All of the Original 131 Cases have been terminated, at this time RES does not have any locations approved by the FAA.  On July 07/06/2018 there were  69 proposed Cases submitted to the FAA for Wind turbines.  There are 2 sets of Cases a group with structure names … Continue reading Proposed Industrial Turbine Locations – 2018

Biomass energy: green or dirty?

The conversion to biomass energy has played a key role in reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. But is this renewable energy source really as green as we first thought? 08 Jan 2020 |  Kate Ravilious | physicsworld.com However, those calculated (Co2) savings rest on a few key assumptions: first, that the carbon released when … Continue reading Biomass energy: green or dirty?

Why Keeping Mature Forests Intact Is Key to the Climate Fight

OCTOBER 15, 2019 | FEN MONTAIGNE | e360.yale.edu Preserving mature forests can play a vital role in removing CO2 from the atmosphere, says policy scientist William Moomaw. In an e360 interview, he talks about the importance of existing forests and why the push to cut them for fuel to generate electricity is misguided. Wlliam Moomaw has had a distinguished career as … Continue reading Why Keeping Mature Forests Intact Is Key to the Climate Fight

Video: Site of Cliffs Dow Chemical Company- Marquette, Michigan

Site of Cliffs Dow Chemical Company October 13, 2019 Marquette, Michigan | YouTube - impala2511 Aerial View of the Site of Cliffs Dow Chemical Company in Marquette Michigan showing what the site looks like fifty (50) years after production of charcoal and wood based chemicals ceased. The Marquette City Commission is following the City "Master … Continue reading Video: Site of Cliffs Dow Chemical Company- Marquette, Michigan

PRESS RELEASE: Huron Island Lighthouse Preservation Association elects officers, joins forces with Friends of the Huron Mountains |

Huron Island Lighthouse Preservation Association elects officers, joins forces with Friends of the Huron Mountains OCT 11, 2019 | Press Release | The Mining Gazette L’ANSE — The Huron Island Lighthouse Preservation Association (HILPA) elected new officers on Oct. 3, 2019, at a meeting hosted by the Friends of the Huron Mountains (FOHM). The incoming … Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: Huron Island Lighthouse Preservation Association elects officers, joins forces with Friends of the Huron Mountains |

Is Wind Energy Killing Our Ducks?

Is it really "great for the environment " if it's bad news for fowl? October 8, 2019 | Joe Genzel | http://www.wildfowlmag.com As duck hunters we know, and are constantly concerned about, weather, habitat, spring hatches, pond counts—basically anything that could derail the health of the birds we love to pursue.Unlike whitetails or big game, … Continue reading Is Wind Energy Killing Our Ducks?

Press Release: Huron Island Lighthouse Preservation Association Elects Officers

Press Release HILPA Oct 2019 Huron Island Lighthouse Preservation Association Elects Officers Joins Forces with Friends of the Huron Mountains  L’Anse, Michigan, October 10, 2019 The Huron Island Lighthouse Preservation Association (HILPA) elected new officers on October 3, 2019, at a meeting hosted by the Friends of the Huron Mountains (FOHM). The incoming slate includes … Continue reading Press Release: Huron Island Lighthouse Preservation Association Elects Officers

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Cutting US Trees to fuel Europe is not Clean or Green!

Just because they "call" it renewable does not make it clean or green. The US has become one of the largest exporters of wood pellets to Europe for #biomass. This new market is driving increased logging of ecologically important and sensitive forests. Meanwhile, biomass releases up to 50% more CO2 than burning coal per unit … Continue reading Cutting US Trees to fuel Europe is not Clean or Green!

All those trees we have been exploiting for centuries are our allies in the struggle against climate chaos.

Guest column by Don Ogden: The climate crisis and the trees Sept 22, 2019 | Don Ogden | gazettenet.com Guest column Don Ogden Throughout history we humans have had an exploitative relationship with trees. At the same time we valued them for their gifts of beauty, cooling shade, fruits, nuts and sap, we also cut … Continue reading All those trees we have been exploiting for centuries are our allies in the struggle against climate chaos.

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Humanity and nature are not separate – we must see them as one to fix the climate crisis

September 17, 2019 |Heather Alberro|theconversation.com Humanity and nature are not separate – we must see them as one to fix the climate crisis   From transport and housing to food production and fashion, our civilization is driving climate and ecological breakdown. It’s no coincidence that almost every single sector of industry is contributing to the … Continue reading Humanity and nature are not separate – we must see them as one to fix the climate crisis