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View Resource Global Warming: Northeastern States

Climate change is real and already underway. Although this is a global phenomenon, it has very specific consequences for the different regions, states, cities, and neighborhoods where we live. To...

http://www.ucsusa.org/global_warming/regional_information/no...
View Resource Floods and Floodplains

Papers and press releases on work to protect people and river health.

http://www.americanrivers.org/our-work/restoring-rivers/floo...
View Resource Wind Turbines: a Social Network for the Wind Turbine Community

The first social network for the wind turbine community where the public and professionals can come together to get advice, share ideas and network for career advancement. NOTE: Search ?wind j...

http://www.windturbines.net/
View Resource Birds and Wind Farms

Wind power has the ability to be a green, bird-friendly form of power generation, but can also adversely affect birds. Birds can die in collisions with the turbine blades (up to 14 birds per megawatt...

http://www.abcbirds.org/abcprograms/policy/collisions/wind_f...
View Resource Progress on Protecting Birds from Wind Turbine Collisions

Pressure from environmental organizations to make wind energy bird friendly and therefore truly green is showing some initial signs of changing the attitude and behavior of wind developers and the...

http://www.abcbirds.org/newsandreports/stories/090612.html
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