Powerful Wind

[Boston Globe Editorial] In the early 1970s, before Chernobyl or Three Mile Island, before anyone was worried about climate change, the Danes decided to harness the wind and not the atom to generate much of their electricity. Today, the design and production of state-of-the-art windmills is this small country’s biggest industry. As most of the rest of the world seeks to slow down or reverse the production of greenhouse gases from fossil-fuel power plants, Denmark provides an example of one way to make electricity without emitting carbon dioxide. [Full editorial at the following link].
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