The Clean Energy Myth Or The Battle Between Birdlife International And Greenpeace

InjuredBird-SolarPhoto: Injured bird by concentrated solar power

The world’s biggest NGO, Birdlife International, three times bigger than Greenpeace or WWF , states on their website that they fight against climate change and supports renewable energy.
However , the truth is that , like in Sweden,that
Sweden Birdlife , strongly opposes wind power.They lobby quite succesfully against wind power and have the leading ornithologists on their side.
We have seen the power grab from the wind Power Mafia, that consists also of the true Sicilian Mafia.Leading billionaires in Sweden invests in wind Power, that still gets subsidies. I’m not going into the rant now that wind power kills birds, insects, bats and cetaceans etc.
However, it’s a bit untasty that leading environmental NGOs have major shares in wind power personally.

We have as well solar power and the solar industry has gone bancruptancy in the US and been bought up by Swedes.
We have read the very negative impacts on wildlife by Concentrated Solar Power , so called Sterling Energy, from the NGO Earth Island Institute. The concentrated solar power burns birds to death for example. Still guys like Richard Branson invests in Concentrated Solar Power. However, I think fortunately that concentrated solar power has seen its last days.

The Clean Energy battle is very dirty. We see companies , like Swedish Lars Jacobsson’s Dynamic Holding , investing in both Concentrated Solar Power and in oil companies. The double standards are extrem and they stink of hypocracy. Only personal profit and power is important.

About narhvalur

Environmentalist, Animal Lover, Birder,Equastrian
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9 Responses to The Clean Energy Myth Or The Battle Between Birdlife International And Greenpeace

  1. surprisebjg says:

    This is very interesting and sad but how we can solve this problem do you think by using clean energy without damaging the nature and animals? Or any other methods or ways.

  2. narhvalur says:

    Thanks for your response! This is not my true area but I have learned from environmental NGOs that one way to reduce greenhouse emissions is energy efficiancy:

  3. I’m a tad cynical. I believe that wherever thre is moneyto be made, scruples fly out the door. I have always hated the wind farm theory and practise. It is more hazardous than the alleged benefits. Now I must leave my soap box bfore the neadache begins. 😉
    Susan x

  4. narhvalur says:

    As a birder I don’t like wind farms, and they hardly produce any energy but are monsters ruining the landscape!

  5. I agree with you 100%. I feel that the only thing the wind farms are good for is thinning out the political and business leeches. If they had to fly through them, or live near them, I don’t doubt they would change their minds about them.
    Susan x

  6. narhvalur says:

    Thanks for the reblogg! :))

  7. narhvalur says:

    I like Greenpeace, but don’t support them in this issue!

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