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4 Responses to “CLF Senior Attorney Sue Reid talking Cape Wind on the radio”

  1. Will Sue Reid start defending biomass burning of our forest now that offshore oil supplies may be cut back due to oil rig spills? One has to decide. One cannot defend both the cultural landscape and the natural landscape at the same time. If one tries, as Sue Reid is trying, then others will have to step in to defend the position she, apparently, has vacated.

  2. Will Sue Reid start defending biomass burning of our forest now that offshore oil supplies may be cut back due to oil rig spills? One has to decide. One cannot defend both the cultural landscape and the natural landscape at the same time. If one tries, as Sue Reid is trying, then others will have to step in to defend the position she, apparently, has vacated.

  3. Will Sue Reid start defending biomass burning of our forest now that offshore oil supplies may be cut back due to oil rig spills? One has to decide. One cannot defend both the cultural landscape and the natural landscape at the same time. If one tries, as Sue Reid is trying, then others will have to step in to defend the position she, apparently, has vacated.

  4. Will Sue Reid start defending biomass burning of our forest now that offshore oil supplies may be cut back due to oil rig spills? One has to decide. One cannot defend both the cultural landscape and the natural landscape at the same time. If one tries, as Sue Reid is trying, then others will have to step in to defend the position she, apparently, has vacated.

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