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Is EPA Helping Green Groups Raise Funds in Exchange for Favorable Research?

Kevin Mooney — The Daily Signal — June 21, 2015 On first glance, this is a rather routine story in the environmental policy wars. A study published in the journal Nature Climate Change said researchers had found that if rules being considered by the Environmental Protection Agency to reduce carbon emissions were enacted, it would […]

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Australia: Research council calls for further study into ‘wind turbine sickness’, sets aside $500,000 in grants

Sarah Phillips — ABC (Australia) — February 11, 2014 The National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australia’s premier health research body, has called for Australian scientists to look into so-called “wind turbine sickness”, saying that very few scientifically rigorous studies have been done. The council has set aside $500,000 in funding grants for the […]

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New Research Warns that Low Hum From Wind Turbines Can Cause Deafness

Camilla Turner — The Telegraph — October 1, 2014 Living close to wind farms could cause hearing damage New research published by the Royal Society warns of the possible danger posed by low frequency noise like that emitted by wind turbines. Living close to wind farms may lead to severe hearing damage or even deafness, […]

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Academic’s research gets spray from publisher

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UK — Scientific research study to be released later this year determines that wind farms create more CO2

Another Tip of the Hat to the National Association Against Wind Turbines Andrew Gilligan — The Telegraph — February 23, 2013 Thousands of Britain’s wind turbines will create more greenhouse gases than they save, according to potentially devastating scientific research to be published later this year. The finding, which threatens the entire rationale of the onshore […]

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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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Ontario playwright to tackle wind power debate — looking for local input

Daniel R. Pearce — Simcoe Reformer — November 1, 2012 One of the hottest, most controversial, most divisive issues to hit rural Ontario in many years — wind turbines — will get its own play. It’s a couple of years away from hitting the boards and for now is in the development stage. But accomplished […]

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U.K. — Suffolk astronomer says wind turbine will ruin scientific research due to vibrations

BBC News — April 24, 2012 A Suffolk astronomer claims a proposed wind turbine near his observatories would ruin his scientific research. Tom Boles, who works at home in Coddenham, searches for dying stars, or supernovae, and takes images of them.    He said vibrations from the proposed turbine at Coddenham Hall Farm would disrupt his […]

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A Tale of Two Turbines…..

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of Light, it was the season of Darkness, it was the spring of hope, it […]

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