• Protest planned over wind projects today
    October 12,2012

    MONTPELIER — A protest will occur at 11 a.m. today on the Statehouse lawn, arguing that utility-scale wind projects do not reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

    The rally seeks to advocate for the protection of the state’s mountains and protest the development of utility-scale wind projects. Organizers plan to award a “Certificate of Public Harm” to the Shumlin administration, the Public Service Department and the Public Service Board.

    A charter bus is planned to arrive with advocates.

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