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February 22, 2020 | This Week in Money

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  • Terry Huebert says:

    When Schachter comes on I want to hear about oil and energy companies, not coronavirus and Indian problems.

  • Andrew says:

    Please remind Ms. Park that cats don’t kill eagles or large birds! In my mind a chicadee has less value than a golden eagle…and if she’s going to pump up her favourite tech without being able to effectively defend it she will not gain an audience.

    Another question might be asked…
    what is the payback time of energy produced of a modern windmill. What is the co2 output of all 4.7 tones of copper mined, and concrete poured, and what is the cost of taking down/ replacing a windmill in 30 years when it’s no longer working properly. I’m happy with clean tech, but it’s advocates have a responsibility to cost in money, birds and bats lives, cost of install, take-down and repair and total factor c02 they emit! Please don’t let her get away with chicadees vs. Eagles again.

  • Lully Lehman says:

    Yup, too much preaching, not enough evidence of anything she supports. Let her give up her heat, car, flights etc…before she suggests gas n oil are defunct. Stoopid.

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