Monday February 17, 2020

Fail to sell carbon tax, and the public will not buy it

People need to know exactly how their ‘green’ money will be spent – and we need alternatives to carbon-inefficient energy

16th June, 2019

‘I mean the windmills, the turbines . . . I mean the things that look like some hideous Venusian invasion marching over the moors and destroying the dales.” Not everyone, apparently, is comfortable with the infrastructure needed to protect the environment while at the same time providing the energy required for modern living.

If for no other reason, that quasi-Joycean description of wind turbines merits its inclusion in an article published on this Bloomsday. Its author...

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