There's no Wind to lose

by Francesco Cabras Documentary Italia 2007 6'

The video was made in the Endesa wind park in Poggi Alti, and aims to show how the wind industry can blend in with the countryside and exist alongside conventional technologies. The renewable resources, admittedly have an impact on the environment, but they do not produce radioactive waste that has to be kept safe for centuries, and they will not result in irreversible change. Worldwide greenhouse gas emissions must be greatly reduced by 2050, and the only means of reaching this aim is to start a "clean energy revolution", based on efficient-energy measures and the rapid development of renewable resources. The sun's photovoltaic energy is a medium/long-term solution, but today we have to concentrate our efforts on wind energy.

Director:

Francesco Cabras

Country:

Italia

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29 May - 03 June 2020
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