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Queen’s University professor disputes wind turbine report

Elliot Ferguson — Kingston-Whig Standard — November 12, 2014 KINGSTON, Ont. – One of the key experts backing opposition to a wind energy development on Amherst Island said a recent Health Canada study is more politics than science. John Harrison, a Queen’s University professor emeritus in physics and a member of the Association to Protect […]

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From Hearing Health Matters: Negative Health Effects of Noise from Industrial Wind Turbines

This post, the first of a three-part series, provides a broad overview of the topic. The second installment will review the major research findings linking low-frequency noise and infrasound from industrial wind turbines with effects on health and quality of life. Part three will discuss the relationship between various health effects and the processing of […]

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Animal and Wildlife Suffering and Sacrifice in the Name of Non-Performing Disastrous ‘Green’ Energy

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A Child’s Perspective on Living Next to an Industrial Wind Turbine

A Child’s View of Wind Turbines Vermillion, Illinois — Illinois Leaks — March 7, 2014 Letter from parents that vacated their home due to Invenergy’s California Ridge Wind Turbine Farm disrupting their lives. Dear friends, I took Sophia to the eye doctor and pediatrician on Wednesday.  She is having stress issues.  After we were done, […]

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Mike Crawley, Liberal Party Politics and Industrial Wind Turbines

Hansard Snippets referencing Mike Crawley and the advance of Industrial Wind Turbines Into Ontario Here are a few excerpts regarding Mr. Crawley from the Ontario Legislature: Mr. Runciman: Once again the Premier clearly avoided the questions dealing with adherence to bid requirements. We’re talking about a contract that provided a company headed by a prominent Liberal […]

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OCOTILLO RESIDENTS’ WOES CONTINUE AS NEW DUST STORM, FLOODING, WHITE SLUDGE FLOW STRIKES COMMUNITY

In a follow up to our article about Octillo, California about the devastation caused by Pattern Energy’s industrial wind development, the assault on the town’s residents continue. Miriam Raftery — East County Magazine — September 8, 2013 A new dust storm, flooding and more white foam flowed through Ocotillo today, heightening residents’ concerns about impacts […]

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Another personal story of life with Industrial Wind Turbines

May 20, 2013 Memorandum to the Massachusetts Dept. of Environmental Protection This note is in regards to my wife’s hearing loss, the Hoosac Wind Project, and the current compliance testing done by Iberdrola. My wife, Jo Ann, has been to an ear specialist on three different occasions within the past few months. (She has never […]

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Peer-reviewed commentary published in Canadian family physician journal acknowledges serious harm to human health by Industrial Wind Turbines

Paul Morden — Sarnia Observer — May 17, 2013 A peer-reviewed article in the official journal of the College of Family Physicians of Canada says its members should expect to see increasing numbers of rural patients reporting adverse effects from exposure to industrial wind turbines. The commentary, published in the May issue of Canadian Family Physician, says […]

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German Federal Environment Agency launches a new research project investigating the effects of infrasound from IWT’s

André Leslie — Deutsche Welle — February 4, 2013 Turbines line the highway in Essen. Wind parks are being built all over Germany, as the country phases out nuclear power and increases its investment in renewables. Local resident Ruth is out walking with her dog in the field beside the turbines. She tells DW that she […]

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Huron East debates getting political over IWTs

Susan Hundertmark, Seaforth Huron Expositor — July 25,2012 Whether or not Huron East should join with other local municipalities in fighting the province over the Green Energy Act or if the municipality can be most effective making sure local wind projects follow the rules and regulations to the letter, was debated by Huron East councillors […]

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Birds and Bird Habitat: What Are the Risks From Industrial Wind Turbine Exposure?

Protect Important Bird Areas Abstract Bird kill rate and disruption of habitat has been reported when industrial wind turbines are introduced into migratory bird paths or other environments. The industrial wind energy industry and its proponents typically deny or assume mitigation will manage the potential risks to birds and habitat. While the literature could be […]

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