February 16, 2012

Time Is Right for Big Geothermal

Chris Turner, MotherNatureNetwork


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I give public presentations frequently on the subject of climate change and cleantech and sustainability, and probably the most common question I get at these talks is: Why do you hate our freedoms so much? The answer to that question is that I receive enormous amounts of money from the sinister forces of Big Solar and Big Wind to spread lies about a cleantech-powered world. (It arrives in canvas sacks with dollar signs printed on their sides, like in cartoons, which you have to admit is pretty charming regardless of...
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TAGGED: China, Canada, Terrestrial Heat, Renewable Energy, Geothermal Energy

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