Wind Power's Effects Examined A new study shows that mass use of wind power would not be without impact on the environment, despite its being the fastest growing source of renewable energy. NPR's Richard Harris reports.
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A new study shows that mass use of wind power would not be without impact on the environment, despite its being the fastest growing source of renewable energy. NPR's Richard Harris reports.