On the Road to Ruin: Why did the Bear try to Cross the Road?

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“On the Road to Ruin:  Why did the Bear try to Cross the Road?” was distributed by Bay Journal News Service, March 2003.

“Hundreds of people recently gathered at an Annapolis rally to promote offshore wind power, energized for change. A wind “superhero” in a blue and silver costume roamed the crowd with a flowing cape, while a grungy coal-costumed man symbolized the dismal alternative.

The crowd’s mood was upbeat and the message was clear: Wind power can transform the world.

But wind power transforms the landscape, too.”

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