- David Brossman
- York, ME
- United States
Cheif Custodian, The Quixote Project
Would the wind energy industry make better planet-saving progress if wind turbines didn’t all look like gigantic airplane propellers?
If new turbines could be developed that weren't such enormous fixtures on the landscape, weren't an annoyance to local residents, and didn't eat birds and bats, would it make a difference in sustainable energy development efforts? How can public opinion influence seemingly unshakable corporate trajectories, so innovations are rigorously pursued for human need, rather than for profit?