Cape Wind: Money, Celebrity, Class, Politics, and the Battle for Our Energy Future

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ReadHowYouWant.com, Limited, 2009 - Science - 476 pages
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When Jim gordon set out to build a wind farm off the coast of Cape Cod, he knew some people might object. But never in his wildest dreams did he expect what happened next.... Cape Wind is the story of how - and why - people of privilege and power used their high-level connections to stop America's coming energy revolution....WENDY WILLIAMS has written for many major publications, including The New York Times, Scientific American, Parade Magazine, Science, Audubon, The Christian Science Monitor, and The Boston Globe. Cape Wind is her fourth book. ROBERT WHITCOMB is a vice president and editorial-page editor of The Providence Journal.

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Review: Cape Wind: Money, Celebrity, Class, Politics, and the Battle for Our Energy Future on Nantucket Sound

User Review  - Katy - Goodreads

Good topic. Very interesting angle on the subject. But, the language is just too biased in favor of the project (and i say that even as someone who is VERY in favor of the project). Read news magazine ... Read full review

Review: Cape Wind: Money, Celebrity, Class, Politics, and the Battle for Our Energy Future on Nantucket Sound

User Review  - Julie - Goodreads

This was a good book. I enjoyed reading it, as the issue was close to home: literally, coming from the area and because my organization was one of the ones intimately involved with the project. Only a ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Wendy Williams, a graduate of Northeastern University, is thWendy Williams, a graduate of Northeastern University, is the host of the popular television show The Wendy Williams Shoe host of the popular television show The Wendy Williams Show". She lives in New York with her husband and son.

Wendy Williams has written for many major publications, including "Scientific American," "The Christian Science Monitor," "The Boston Globe," "The Providence Journal" and "The Baltimore Sun," She has been journalist-in-residence at Duke University and at the Hasting Center; a fellow at the Center for environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado and at the Marine Biological Laboratory. The author of several books, she lives on Cape Cod. Robert Whitcomb is a vice president and editorial page editor of "The Providence Journal," Before that he served as the financial editor of "The International Herald Tribune"; and as editor and writer for "The Wall Street Journal,

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