By Philip Warburg: At a time when President Trump and his followers in Congress are hell-bent on dismantling the clean energy architecture of the Obama era, many Americans are looking beyond Washington, and even abroad, for solutions to our climate crisis. I recently witnessed one of these transformative gems on a visit to the Danish island of Samsø, which just passed the twenty-year mark in a campaign to supply all of its energy needs from local renewable resources.
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Philip Warburg, energy conservationist and author of HARVEST THE WIND, finds fault with Joe Nocera's pro-fracking column in the Oct 5 edition of the New York Times.
Iowa State Senator Rob Hogg took his climate change message to New England, and Philip Warburg was there to listen to him.
Chilly? Put on a sweater. Or, better yet, shut off the AC.
Wind power has helped to bring back a Kansas farming community.
Wind power is not simply a fantasy perpetrated by Barack Obama and the Democratic Party--it is a technology that can provide a fifth of America's power.
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The author of a forthcoming book on wind power looks at the promise wind farms hold for providing clean energy and renewing our economy.