Proper citing is needed for energy projects

Proper citing is needed for energy projects MONDAY, APRIL 1, 2019 | Bob Quinn, Sackets Harbor | Watertown Daily Times Last month, the Roaring Brook industrial wind project received virtually its last needed approval with construction to begin later this year. The project will result in 20 wind towers, each several times the height of Watertown’s … Continue reading Proper citing is needed for energy projects

Visual Tour of Turbine 18 proposed Location.

Sometimes it is difficult to understand the loss and potential damages that will occur with Industrialization of the Michigamme Highlands and ridgelines of the Huron Mountains. This is a Tour of just one location shows what is at risk of being forever destroyed.  This is only one location, there are a proposed 54 to 68 … Continue reading Visual Tour of Turbine 18 proposed Location.

Wind turbines cause habitat loss for migratory soaring birds

Wind turbines cause habitat loss for migratory soaring birds 12 March 2019  | Sabrina Weiss | British Ecological Society | University of Lisbon press release A new study, published in the Journal of Animal Ecology, shows that the impact of wind power production on wildlife may be greater than previously acknowledged; a radius of about 650-700m … Continue reading Wind turbines cause habitat loss for migratory soaring birds

Wind turbines and deer  

September 26, 2014 | http://www.wind-watch.org Wind turbines and deer Original Article from: :  Cadillac News | 09/26/2014 | www.cadillacnews.com Wind developers show photos of deer under turbines to prove turbines don’t harm hunting. The truth is more complicated. Deer leave during phases of turbine construction, which can last 10 years or more. Sometimes they return. If, for … Continue reading Wind turbines and deer  

Study shows bird populations decrease by 10% near wind turbines.

 Wednesday, 24 Oct 2018 | Will Goodbody | RTÉ.ie  Raidió Teilifís Éireann The study found that clearing of habitats during wind farm construction resulted in lower densities of birds, like Chaffinches, close to wind turbines. New research by scientists in Cork has found that Irish bird populations decrease in the areas immediately adjacent to wind … Continue reading Study shows bird populations decrease by 10% near wind turbines.

Video: Why renewables can’t save the planet | Michael Shellenberger | TEDxDanubia

Michael Shellenberger explains why solar and wind farms require so much land for mining and energy production. Jan 4, 2019 | Michael Shellenberger | TEDx Talks  Environmentalists have long promoted renewable energy sources like solar panels and wind farms to save the climate. But what about when those technologies destroy the environment? In this provocative talk, … Continue reading Video: Why renewables can’t save the planet | Michael Shellenberger | TEDxDanubia

Circle tour of Lake Superior, marred by wind turbines.

July 30, 2015 | Wind Concerns Ontario, Toronto photographer documents wind farm destruction in Ontario’s North Toronto area resident and photographer Gord Benner took a circle tour of Lake Superior this summer and was astonished to see the damage being done by wind “farm” construction in Ontario’s formerly pristine North, especially the iconic Algoma region … Continue reading Circle tour of Lake Superior, marred by wind turbines.

Don’t blow it: Unregulated wind farms encroach on pristine Texas wilderness

Jan. 15, 2019 | Devils River Conservancy | tribtalk.org The  Devils River Conservancy, is spearheading the “Don’t Blow It” campaign to advocate for thoughtful regulation of wind energy development — an industry quickly expanding in rural Texas, largely without rules and with serious negative implications for Texans. While the campaign is in full support of renewable … Continue reading Don’t blow it: Unregulated wind farms encroach on pristine Texas wilderness