The Reality of Industrial Wind Power Oct 01, 2018| Jeff Ingber |Opinion - Townhall.com. Wind energy derives from solar radiation, and humans have safely and logically used it for thousands of years through mechanisms such as sails and wind wheels. However, in recent years, argument has raged about the wisdom of building and subsidizing wind farms … Continue reading The Environmental Reality When It Comes To Building and Using Massive Turbine Structures
"Residents in Somerset and Yates recently received another deceitful sales brochure from Apex." Wyoming County resident, Mary Kay Barton, gives her analysis of the Apex ad. Apex's windy disinformation campaign ignores reality Jun 1, 2018 Mary Kay Barton Commentary. Apex's newest mailing suggests that industrializing your entire town with wind factories is so wonderful that … Continue reading Sales Pitch Deceit in brochures and ads, by the Wind Industry.
WILDLIFE POPULATION DECLINES Large scale habitat loss and disturbances as a consequence of industrial energy exploration and development, mining, timber extraction, and backcountry recreation have been demonstrated to contribute to wildlife population declines. Described by conservation scientists as “death by a thousand cuts”, individual impacts may be regarded as minor. However, these disturbances are now … Continue reading WILDLIFE POPULATION DECLINES -Due to Industrialization of ridgelines.
2002 TOURISM The main adverse impact that wind farm development is likely to have on the economy of an area relates to tourism. If wind farms threaten to destroy jobs in the tourist industry, they create few if any compensating jobs elsewhere. A typical turbine requires less than one day's maintenance per year - A … Continue reading Main impact wind farm development has on local a economy relates to tourism.