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Dirty Secrets of Renewable Energy Revealed as ‘Bright Green Lies’ (www.euronews.com)

Bright Green Lies shows the shocking cost of ‘environmental’ solutions this Earth Day.

Redirecting the environmental movement

Barnes claims there is fear among eco warriors over lifting the lid on renewables when they have been promoting them for so long.

“To me it seemed like the most important thing I could make another film about.”

The mass production of materials for renewables requires increased mining, industrial manufacturing, habitat destruction, greenhouse gas emissions, and the creation of toxic waste, according to research in the film.

“I was amazed and there’s this whole side of these technologies that we don’t hear about in the mainstream environmental movement and it’s so important.

“We have this huge movement but no matter how impassioned a movement it is, if it’s pushing for the wrong solutions it’s not going to work,” she adds.

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Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

There’s a lot of greenwashing going on out there. We live in an entropic system and some breakage is unavoidable. I’m starting to understand the argument of some Christians that it is impossible and maybe heretical to try to make a Utopia on Earth. This place is fallen, subject to decay both physical and spiritual. It is not meant to be our permanent home. I am not advocating wilfully destroying it because we are supposed to be stewards of nature, and are doing poorly enough already at that. But like secular humanism is considered by many a spiritual blind alley because it tries to make paradise on earth without God, environmentakism has the potential for also being a false religion in a similar way.

85g20
85g20
1 month ago
Reply to  Fleurdamour

WOW was THAT well put. thank you for this articulation.