Most Efficacious

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Just a small bog dog scent hound
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7 Responses to Most Efficacious

  1. cat_in_the_hat says:

    Daily Telegraph blog commenter BJEdwards has concluded that Billy the Mink is a denialismerist, Fenbeagle, and wants to know why he is against the overwhelming peer-reviewed ‘séance’ that demonstrates that AGW is real.

    I don’t know how she reached this conclusion based on the scant evidence presented here; she seems to enjoy jumping to conclusions. However, I have concluded that even in the unlikely event that she is right; we still shouldn’t be desecrating our rural landscape with ugly, noisy, useless, wind follies.

    Oh dear! I do hope that doesn’t mean that I’m a denailer too.

    P.S.
    I have always admired your work, Fen, and this post is a winner. Keep up the good work, sir.

  2. hro001 says:

    Marvellous, Fen … you’ve made my day 🙂

  3. meltemian says:

    Nice one Fen’ – I could do with some ‘medicinal compound’.

  4. Cassio says:

    More fine work … keep it up.

  5. Ozboy says:

    What they said. Marvellous as always Fen.

  6. AdrianS says:

    Agggh the old “scaffold ” “lily the pink”
    Lovely job Fen— you draw such lovely cartoons– its a pleasure to look at them.
    Cameron is a green little dick— but I doubt whether he would have a wind turbine any where near his des res— its just OK for prolls
    Trouble is Labour or the “Lib dodge the points ” aint any better!

  7. Windbyte says:

    Re. Your tree and turbines:

    “Climate change remains a core part of our activities, and the forestry sector has a key role to play in delivering the Government’s targets for emissions reductions.”

    “The Read report recommends the creation of 23,000 hectares of new woodland across Britain each year for the next 40 years. If achieved, this would absorb some 10% of our current annual greenhouse gas emissions. Given that represents a 200% increase on current annual planting rates, that’s some challenge; but not beyond that we’ve risen to before.” (Forestry commission Scotland, Annual Report, 2009-10).

    Meanwhile …

    “The National Forest Estate (NFE) – land owned by the Scottish Ministers and managed by FCS [Forestry Commission Scotland] – extends to 665,000 hectares and has the potential to make a significant contribution to Scotland’s renewable energy targets through wind and hydro power generation. The Climate Change (Scotland) Bill will allow Scottish Ministers to modify, by order, the functions of FCS so that it can play a greater role in tackling climate change and form corporate bodies and joint ventures with third parties, including developers and local communities in order to accelerate renewable energy development.”
    (‘Development Opportunity – Wind Power in Scotland Commercial Negotiation Process’, FCS, 21 October, 2009).

    Felling forests for wind turbines – the madness continues.

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