terça-feira, 10 de maio de 2011

A conversão de George Monbiot continua

A coluna de George Monbiot  no The Guardian, 09-05-2011 (realces meus):
«The regions in which big renewable power plants are due to be installed are in full-scale political revolt. The anger is directed not so much against the wind turbines as against the associated infrastructure.»

«Unless the new powerlines are buried, the renewables programme will stall: underground cables must become a firm green demand, though they will add significantly to the cost. Even so, it's now clear that there's a limit to how much more renewable power can be deployed before it clatters into a mountain of public opposition. This is one of the reasons why we should start considering other options for decarbonising the electricity supply: especially new nuclear technologies such as thorium, integral fast reactors or travelling wave reactors.»
E esta, hein?

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