News in Review Wind Power: Harnessing Nature

News in Review Wind Power: Harnessing Nature

As a cheap, clean and completely renewable source of energy, wind power is gaining favour across Canada. Authorities and scientists are working to harness this natural resource in order to power public facilities, such as skytrains in Calgary, or to produce electricity in energy-intensive areas of Canada such as Ontario. We analyze and assess the realities, advantages and disadvantages of this age-old energy source.

  • 2001
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October 2001
Wind power -- History [LCSH] Wind power industry -- Canada [LCSH] Wind turbines -- Canada [LCSH] Renewable energy sources -- Canada [LCSH] Greenhouse gas mitigation -- Canada [LCSH] Science [LCSH] Environmental sciences [LCSH] Clean energy industries [LCSH]
Knowlton Nash (Host), Bob McDonald (Journalist), Eve Savory (Journalist), Jim Nunn (Journalist), Marni Kagan (Journalist)
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