Suggestion box: Make conservation sacred. Or sacrilegous.

File this one under “stuff to make our country embarrassed.” A tiny town in Spain successfully managed to place solar panels on the only land available—atop mausoleums in the town’s cemetery. That’s how much conservation means to them—that they would do something most of us would consider sacrilegious.


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The 1 percent solution (11/20/08)

What’s actually sacrilegious is that Nevada has millions acres of prime land available for a solar array, and yet less than 1 percent has been utilized. Who are the heathens here?


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