By Timothy Hurst on May 25, 2012
When polls pit economic issues against environmental issues, the environment always loses. But when polls don’t necessarily pit those issues in direct opposition to each other, a more nuanced reality is uncovered.
By The Guardian on December 19, 2011
56% of UK population wants to see more investment in wind power, finds a YouGov survey
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By Timothy Hurst on November 8, 2010
According to recent a recent UK poll, the older a person is, the more likely it is they will oppose a wind power project near their home.
By Timothy Hurst on March 26, 2010
Call it nourishment, replenishment, or restoration, the process of dredging, pumping and dumping sand to widen eroding beaches, thus bringing them back to some semblance of their former selves, is both expensive and controversial.
By Timothy Hurst on March 18, 2010
If you had to choose between feeding either your son or your daughter, which one would you pick? Which is more important to have in your home, running water or electricity? Tough questions, right? Not only are they tough, they also present false dichotomies.