Drew Thornley Wind Podcast

FYI: yesterday, the Texas Public Policy Foundation put up a new edition of its weekly podcast, the Texas PolicyCast. Planet Gore contributor Drew Thornley is this week’s guest — delivering a seven-minute primer on the nuts and bolts (and the pros and cons) of wind energy.
Check it out. You can either listen to the PolicyCast on the Texas Policy website, or download it to your iPod or MP3 player. 
And if you like it and want to hear more — the series highlights not only environmental issues, but also education, taxes, health care, criminal justice, and government over-regulation – you can even subscribe on iTunes and have each new edition sent to you automatically. Technology is a beautiful thing.

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