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UK: Wind power even loonier than first thought

February 25, 2013

British peatland stores at least 3.2 billion tons of carbon, making it by far the country’s most important carbon sink and among the most important in the world.
Wind farms, and the miles of new roads and tracks needed to service them, damage or destroy the peat and cause significant loss of carbon to the atmosphere, where it contributes to climate change.

Telegraph

It doesn’t, of course, not significantly, but if there was real AGW and it did then it would — so why are UK politicians still falling over themselves to build useless, destructive, expensive wind farms?

Oh, that’s why.

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