Federal and state government officials, "wind farm" devolopers, and renewable energy advocacy groups have for years touted windmills as an environmentally benign and economically acceptable way to produce electricity. The state of Wisconsin--where four wind farms have already been built and two more have been proposed--helps provide a better understanding of the limited potential for wind energy.
Also in the June issue: arsenic standards; traffic congestion; global climate change; property rights and wise use in Congress; hoof-and-mouth disease and modern agriculture; ecoterrorism on campus; and an exclusive interview with Dr. Bernard Cohen, one of the world's leading experts on nuclear energy and human health. (download PDF)
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