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A fascinating battle is brewing in the Northwest, where a plan to put transmission cables under the Columbia River to transport solar and wind energy to population centers has drawn some fierce opposition from tribes and other cultural interests, showing that even "green" development has some dirty aspects. 

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Bob Meinetz on Jul 21, 2021

"...showing that even "green" development has some dirty aspects."

For profligate use of land, transmission, and dirty backup power, there's nothing worse.

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