ROBERT BRYCE COLUMNIST Urban voters may like the idea of using more wind and solar energy, but the push for large-scale renewables is creating land-use conflicts in rural regions from Maryland to California and Ontario to Loch Ness. Since 2015, more than 120 government entities in about two dozen states have moved to reject or restrict the land-devouring, subsidy-fueled sprawl of the wind industry. The backlash continued last month when a judge in Maryland ruled that the possible benefits of a proposed 17-turbine project did ‘not justify or offset subjecting the local community to the adverse impacts that will result from the wind project’s constructionRead More →