20 Years – Really? | The SandPaper


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Gail Travers
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August 18, 2021
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To the Editor:
Even though traveling to our 1940-period Brant Seashore property for the 21st summer months considering that acquiring it in 2000, I have been catching up on the newest wind farm professional and con news in The SandPaper. There is lots of info, research, alleged science, anecdotal stories and solid viewpoints to assimilate. Truly, it’s a bit also substantially for most mortals to evaluate regarding the net influence on climate, shore environment and the nearby economic climate.
It obtained me thinking as I sit at our substantial prime teak bar desk that was our first large acquire in summer time 2000. That table has previously equaled the predicted full everyday living of a wind turbine. If we preserve it reasonably managed through teak oil every couple of a long time, it is most likely to host our most loved beverages during the design, procedure and death of the LBI wind farm. I possible will be able to check out the elimination of the expired turbines from the identical table except the farm is simply just deserted and remains as ugly seaside discussion piece. Imagine The SandPaper viewpoint pieces in 2050 about funding for turbine blade removal.
Teak tables won’t save the earth, but neither will a thing that is born right after and dies very well just before a nice piece of wood. Possibly all of this could be summed up in 3 terms: 20 yrs – really?
Tom Greene
Brant Seashore

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