The Impact of Solar Farms on Wildlife and Hunting Opportunities

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  • Brian's avatar

    It’s sad that this is being done under the guise of being “green” and environmentally friendly when they are destroying quality habitat and polluting the environment with all of this technology. They should put them on buildings in the city ,not on our public lands

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    @Brian totally agree. Solar is solid on the micro level — if it makes sense for you, put it on your roof. Cutting down thousands of acres of forest, pouring an impermeable concrete base, and slapping up a structure of Chinese steel, glass, and plastic makes no ecological sense. The footprint needed to replace all of America’s energy needs with solar and wind is so staggering and infeasible. We need to reduce carbon dioxide by cutting down the very thing that processes it from the environment? Again, even I — a dodo — knows this is counterintuitive.

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