First vigorous support
followed by cheers
But then came silence
and then denial,
Followed by downplaying
Today, outrage is exploding
That’s the story of Germany’s attempted Energiewende (transition to renewable energies).
The mood has turned 180¬∞ since the early days. Once welcome, Germany’s Energiewende is now being met with shock and outrage as the environmental destruction takes on unforeseen dimensions.
Even German environmentalists, once huge proponents of renewable energies like wind and solar, are no longer able to take it any more as the Energiewende ravages the country’s environment and turned the notion of environmental protection into a fiasco.
Now that Germany’s Energiewende has been in full swing for a number of years, many leading environmentalists are in a state of shock as huge areas of the country are being deforested and landscapes disfigured to make way for hundreds of wind turbines.
Environmentalist Georg Etscheit is a regular contributor at Germany’s leading climate alarmism site, Klimaretter, and he as well has had enough. Etscheit will be releasing a book in early November.
The title of the book: “Sacrificed Landscapes ‚Äì How the Energiewende Is Destroying our Landscapes.”
In the book’s promotion video here. a number of Germany’s leading environmental experts are seen denouncing Germany’s Energiewende, as they are aghast at what is going on.
Prof. Dr. Niko Paech, sustainability scientist, says:
What’s awful about the destruction of the landscapes and the government is that all of it has a legitimization.”
The German Energiewende has become a justification for destroying our last remaining natural landscapes.”
Dr. Gerhard Gronauer, pastor:
Climate protection that uses technical means against nature is a contradiction in itself.”
“Greatest fraud project”
J√∂rg Rehmann, journalist and author:
If we want to survive on this planet, we need an Energiewende. But what the policymakers have made of it is not an Energiewende, rather it is the greatest fraud project since the end of the second world war.”