Green Vs. Green in West Virginia
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Green Vs. Green in West Virginia

Retiree David Cowan, a longtime caving fanatic, is asking a federal judge to halt construction of the Beech Ridge windfarm, arguing that the windfarm will kill endangered bats. The lawsuit pits Chicago-based Invenergy Inc., a company producing green energy, against environmentalists who say the price to nature is too great. (Maria Glod/The Washington Post)

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