I don't make the rules. But if it's the last or only frog population, that's not the same as a few dead birds. But this is simply wrong and a myth, as has been proven by basically all the economists time and time again. Even Dick fucking Warburton's RET review couldn't bodgy up the figures enough to say that they were expensive. Wind turbines, as part of the mix, not the entire mix, are cheap and effective. Sure they're more expensive in direct current dollars than coal, but full cost accounting blows that figure out of the water. My perfect energy mix for Australia is nuclear 50%, wind 30%, solar thermal 15%, hydro 5%.