Wind_Power_Farms

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Unformatted text preview: LearnEnglish Professionals WIND POWER FARMS AUDIOSCRIPT Listen to a radio programme in which politicians are talking about wind power farms as a possible energy source. P = Presenter (male) A (male politician) B (female politician) = guests P: The next question comes from a listener in Sheffield, a Mrs Thompson, and she asks ‘Do the guests think wind farms are the answer to our energy needs for the future?’ Now, if you haven’t been following the story this is obviously a reference to the government’s plans to build a huge wind farm in a national park. Alan, as a member of the government, surely you support this plan. A: Well, firstly, you’ve got your facts slightly wrong there – the proposed wind farm is not in a national park! P: Well, it’s certainly very close A: But I think the main point here is that we have to do something . We don’t want to have to say to our children in twenty, thirty years time, ‘Well the oil has run out and we haven’t really made any plans’. children in twenty, thirty years time, ‘Well the oil has run out and we haven’t really made any plans’....
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