SIZE MATTERS: Researchers at the University of Virginia are designing the world’s largest wind turbine at 500 meters/1640 feet tall—almost a third of a mile high. Massive, flexible blades would bend with storm winds like the palm trees that inspired them.
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The way we generate and consume electricity has enormous implications for our environment. Emissions from fossil-fueled power plants are contributing to severe climate impacts such as rising sea levels, devastating storms, record-setting temperatures, forest fires and melting glaciers. #WeCanDoBetter
Giving nature a helping hand. Read more: http://wef.ch/2spdjQ8221 6Joan Siemianowski
Anyone who has HBO has to see VICE. They aired a documentary regarding climate change and its benefits to the Russians. The melting of the ice fields will be a tremendous "win" for Russian oil drilling. Russian TV promotes climate change as an economical advantage to the Russian people. Of course they never tell the people that a vast majority of the earth will be under water.
2 days 17 hours agoVenkataraman Sharma
Wow great destroying natural forest glacier now building artificial y this people want what under forest sea and glaciers let it be there unexplored
2 days 17 hours agoAme Takashi TWm
Any studies to environment impact .
1 day 20 hours agoTrish Elgee
Brilliant men undoing the damage of stupid men!
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