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West Coast Winds of Change

Recent wind power talks in Seattle and Portland gave me a chance to experience two vibrant American cities where sustainable architecture, downtown revitalization, and multi-modal transportation are setting examples for the nation.

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Kansas Public Radio brings Harvest the Wind to the Sunflower State

Veteran Kansas radio journalist Richard Baker brought Harvest the Wind to Sunflower State listeners via his weekly public affairs program, "Perspective."  You'll find a podcast of this show by clicking on "The Promise of Wind Energy" on the K-State Research and Extension's "Perspective" website.

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Peter Lehner of NRDC highlights human side of Harvest the Wind

In his review, Natural Resources Defense Council executive director does a beautiful job capturing the heart and soul of Harvest the Wind: the people whose lives have been changed for the better by the development of wind power. 

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Ground-level view of wind industry's growth

E&E reporter Nick Juliano covered Tuesday night's book event at the National Press Club, hosted by the Environmental Law Institute.

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Radio interview, April 30, 2012

Harvest the Wind made it onto the Napa Valley airwaves a few days ago, on KVON's Late Mornings with Jeff Schechtman

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Wind beyond New England

The Cape Cod Times seems relieved that Harvest the Wind looks largely beyond the contentious Cape Wind debate, to parts of the country where wind farms are thriving.

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Article in Guernica - Wind Power: America’s New Harvest

Unlike the battering that U.S. solar equipment producers have suffered at the hands of Chinese and other Asian competitors, America is well on its way to building a robust domestic manufacturing platform for wind.

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