Posted by: Grant | November 21, 2010

Eagles Dying For Inner City Greenies.

BRISBANE TIMES
Deaths of rare eagles rises Andrew Darby
November 17, 2010
http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/environment/conservation/deaths-of-rare-eagles-rises-20101116-17vy7.html

“THE number of eagles killed by turbine blades at one of Australia’s largest wind farms is climbing, with a rare juvenile wedge-tailed eagle the 22nd to die at Woolnorth in Tasmania’s north-west.

The farm is killing two protected species at the rate of about 3.2 eagles a year, according to a count by the operator, Roaring 40s.

Most of the birds were wedge-tailed, but three white bellied sea eagles have also been killed by the blades, Roaring 40s avian ecologist Cindy Hull said in Hobart… “

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French Super Green Department Splintered

Tide turns in Europe
“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning”

The Climate Change revolutionaries would seem to have lost power over the real world policy makers, in France at least.

NO TRICKS ZONE
Great News! Sarkozy Kills French Super Environment Ministry “Medad”
By P Gosselin on 15. November 2010
http://notrickszone.com/2010/11/15/great-news-sarkozy-kills-french-super-environment-ministry-medad/

” …The all important sector of energy has been brought back under the control of the Economics Ministry. In summary, Medad was a bureaucratic monstrosity that would have regulated everything. Sarkozy killed it. The omnipotent ministry that treehuggers had been salivating over for the last 3 years has been reduced to a boring second-tier government department… “

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