2. Generating all the energy we need is a question of balance
A row brewing on Dartmoor represents the region's first large-scale protest over hydroelectric-generation. We've had plenty of mass objections to wind farms in the past few years now we're witnessing dissent over something which, on the face of it, doesn't have anywhere near the impact as tall turbines with turning blades.
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#1 Dec 11, 2012
Of course it has. For each GW installed, Hydro destroys hundreds to thousands of square miles of fragile ecosystems.
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