Exclusive: Study confirms true scale of renewables' bad press

Jessica Shankleman
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Research reveals top five newspapers offering badly unbalanced view of wind power and other forms of renewables

"Wind farm subsidies to top £1bn this year," says one newspaper headline. "The view?" asks another. "Gone with the wind: Our famous scenery and landmarks blighted forever by turbines." A new survey...

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