Alerts and Events: Radio
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.
Wind Wise Radio is a forum for the exchange of ideas and information about the role of wind energy in our attempt to help solve the problems of human-created climate change. Please join us every Sunday Night, between 7 and 8pm, for an hour of live interviews with leading experts, discussion, exchange, rumour, tête-à-tête, and chat about industrial scale wind and the alternative energy juggernaut. Fight IWT and help support WWR. T-shirts and other WWR gear emblazoned with John Terry’s . . .
Listen at Blog Talk Radio. Call in at (213) 943-3683. Wind Wise Radio is honored to be joined by the president and vice-president of National Wind Watch, Eric Rosenbloom and David Roberson, for an hour of conversation about their experiences at the center of the struggle against Industrial Wind in the U.S. Since 2005, National Wind Watch (NWW) has been an indispensable resource providing a central clearinghouse for information and assistance to individuals and local groups seeking the facts about . . .
Internet Wind Energy Talk — Every Sunday Evening [Click here for archives at National Wind Watch.] Infrasound and Adverse Health Effects. Ambrose and Rand. Sunday, February 12, 2012, 7:00-8:00PM Join us for the first edition of Wind Wise Radio when we will be delighted to welcome Stephen Ambrose and Robert Rand, professional acousticians, members of the Institute of Noise Control Engineering, and the authors of “The McPherson Infrasound and Low Frequency Noise Study” which investigated the possible relationship between infrasound . . .
Campaigns, Flyers, Oregon, Publications, Radio •
Source: Friends of the Grande Ronde Valley
Click here for 1-minute radio ad. Click here to download original flyer. [Click here for opinion piece by the Friends of the Grande Ronde Valley president, Dennis Wilkinson.] [Click here for July 30, 2007, press release by National Wind Watch: "Conservation Is More Effective Than Wind Energy".]