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RYE HARBOUR IN SUMMER

RYE HARBOUR SUMMER SOLILOQUY

Rye Harbour basks this sunny summer morning
The river Rother already all bled out
Following the departing tide far out to sea… 274 more words

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Douglas Carswell MP: The case for wind is running out of puff

Reposted from Douglas Carswell’s blog:

A Ten Minute Rule Bill to outlaw public subsidies for wind farms has just been voted through the House of Commons. 297 more words

Wind

Letter: Area under threat of development

Re: Meteor strike may have caused ‘Bermuda Triangle of the North,’ Jan. 19.

Artist Andrew King’s story is excellent. The South Shore of Prince Edward County is rich with history, from shipwrecks to rum-running, and alive with unique and sensitive ecosystems, amazing bird migrations (Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory) and species at risk. 128 more words

Letters

Scotland: Gagging on Wind Power

From Energy Matters: – January 2015

I last looked into the details and consequences of Scottish energy policy in the pre-referendum post Scotch on the ROCs.

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Wind Energy's Bluster Peters Out

Marita Noon — Heartland Institute — January 12, 2015

Touted as “America’s first offshore wind project,” Cape Wind became one of America’s most high-profile and most controversial wind-energy projects.

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Turbines Float Like Kites In New Ocean Energy Project

The well known Japanese company Toshiba and its perhaps not as well known co-patriate IHI have been tapped to pilot a new ocean energy project that will deploy a phalanx of underwater turbines that float like kites. 510 more words

Ocean

Day Seven - 17th Dec

Nothing really interesting… Drove to Berlin today and it took four or five hours or so. It’s strange driving from one side of a country to practically the other, considering the same time in Australia will take you to the NSW and VIC border. 24 more words

Mumbling Abroad