Greenpeace gets RENEWABLE energy plant canceledGreenpeace rejoices after getting huge renewable powerplant CANCELLEDGreenpeace gets RENEWABLE energy plant canceled by Kajm
Greenpeace activists are celebrating today, after their protests led to the halting of plans to build a massive renewable powerplant which would have supplied clean, green, low-carbon electricity in huge quantities.
"Today, we celebrate," Greenpeace chief Matías Asún told reporters, following a decision to withdraw government permission for the Hidroaysén project. The project would have generated as much as 18,430 gigawatt-hours annually - roughly six times as much as the huge offshore London Array windfarm planned for the Thames Estuary.
Hidroaysén was not planned for the Thames, but rather in the remote and sparsely populated wilderness of Patagonia in southern Chile. The project, which would have seen hydroelectric dams constructed on the region's rivers and a lengthy high-voltage DC line constructed to carry the power to centres of population and industry, wou
How to fight CISPAGood morning everyone, I was searching for CISPA Updates today and I discovered a four step plan to help fight CISPA. The more American people we can inform about this Draconian bill the higher chance we can kill CISPA in the Senate and the closer we get into becoming the TRUE Land of the Free again. So read this very carefully and accomplish this step by step task and we can be able to derail CISPA dead in its tracks. Here are the four steps:How to fight CISPA by ALPHA-90152
1. Become as knowledgeable as possible. You can't fight what you don't understand. The EFF has compiled a great summary of prominent "voices of opposition against CISPA" you can browse through here: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2012/04/voices-against-cispa
2. Sign the most popular of the anti-CISPA petitions. This one has 779,082 signatures so far; their goal is 1 million signatures, and it's a goal I believe we can hit. A few cowards have told me they'd sign it, but they don't want to wind up on "a list." Hey, this is America -- we put our name