Alerts and Events: Meetings
These postings are provided to help publicize the efforts of affiliated groups and individuals related to industrial wind energy development. Most of the notices posted here are not the product of nor are they necessarily endorsed by National Wind Watch.
KEEP NANT-Y-MOCH WILD AND FREE from wind turbines Join a walk led by Jim Perrin, writer and climber on Sunday March 6th at 2pm at the Nant y Moch Reservoir Near the layby on the Ponterwyd-Talybont Road, map reference SN737885 The 2 mile walk is to protest against a plan to build 64 turbines, around 485ft high, in this cherished landscape. Come and make your voice heard before it is too late. www.cambrian-mountains.co.uk in partnership with tourist business
As you may know, I have been asked to give my well-received energy presentation all over the world. For a variety of reasons I have so far restricted giving it to some 10 nearby states where I could keep my time to a minimum, and my travel & lodging costs down. I am now going to offer another option: To give my free energy presentation to other communities throughout the world via Skype. That’s right, whether you are in Australia, . . .
Health, Meetings, Ontario, Press releases •
Source: Society for Wind Vigilance
Picton, Ontario, July 17, 2010 — The First International Symposium on the adverse health effects of industrial wind turbines will be held October 29-31, 2010 in Picton, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. Hosted by The Society for Wind Vigilance and supported by the County Coalition for Safe and Appropriate Green Energy, this groundbreaking two day event will feature prominent expert speakers from the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada who will provide important information relating to health issues reported . . .
Environment, Ireland, Meetings, Press releases •
Source: Gweebarra Conservation Group
The Gweebarra River Valley and the surrounding townlands in South West Donegal is a unique landscape which supports many protected species and habitats. These include wild deer and salmon, a 500 strong common seal population and several protected bird species like Golden Eagles, Northern Bullfinches, Grouse and Corncrakes. As such the Gweebarra is a Natura 2000 site and an EU Designated Area of Conservation which means it is supposed to be protected by law from developments which would have a . . .
Aesthetics, Economics, Energy, Germany, Impacts, Meetings •
On the island of Sylt / Schleswig-Holstein will be a 2-Day conference on 26th-27th of March, 2011. Speakers will be: Prof. Dr. Ing. Helmut ALT, FH (UAS) Aachen „Options of a affordable energy supply” Dipl.-Soz. Ök. Thomas HEINZOW (Social Economics), Universität Hamburg „About the political economy of wind turbine delusion” Prof. Dr. Horst MALBERG, TU Berlin „About the solar influence on climate change” Prof. Dr. Gerhard GERLICH, TU Braunschweig „Greenhouse effect? About global climate models” Diplom-Meteorologe Klaus-Eckart PULS „Will Sylt . . .
National Research Council of Italy, Rome 12-14 April 2011 Wind Turbine Noise 2005, the first in this series of international conferences, took place in Berlin in 2005. The second WTN conference took place in Lyon, France in 2007 and the third in Aalborg, Denmark in 2009 with more than 160 delegates from 25 countries, representing manufacturers, developers, researchers in noise and vibration, environmentalists, pressure groups and consultants. The fourth conference in the series will once again provide a venue for . . .
Aesthetics, Economics, Energy, Health, Meetings, Noise, U.K. •
Source: Wind Farm Conference
Polam Hall, Darlington March 6th 2010 Wind Action Conference Hear expert speakers and meet other groups faced with wind energy developments in their areas. Benefit from the knowledge of experienced campaigners. More info: www.windconf.co.uk Speakers include: Dick Bowdler ETSU R97 and challenging it David Cocks QC Preparing for and fighting a Public Inquiry Bob Barfoot Challenging developers’ visualisations Dr Chris Hanning Turbines and ill health – latest research Dr Phillip Bratby Capacity, efficiency and risk Jeremy Nicholson (EIUG) Wind and . . .