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    Source:  Communities Against Turbines Scotland

    Scottish National Windfarm Conference  

    Source:  Communities Against Turbines Scotland | Events, Impacts, Scotland

    Scottish National WindCon Friday 11th November 10.30 am – 4 pm

    Communities Against Turbines Scotland: Register here

    NATIONAL CONFERENCE AGAINST INDUSTRIAL WIND TURBINES

    If wind turbines are impacting on your life! If you want to know about the future energy plans for Scotland! If you want to know more about wind turbines and the cost to the environment, health and economy, then this is the conference for you!

    http://www.communitiesagainstturbinesscotland.com/windfarm-conference/

    Graeme Pearson MSP will chair the conference

    Speakers:

    Struan Stevenson MEP – he has just published a book, The Rape of Britain Wind Farms and the Destruction of our Environment, available from Rupert Matthews (rupert/rupertmatthews.com)

    Professor Iain MacLeod, Vice-President, The Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland (IESIS) and Chairman of the IESIS Energy Strategy Group along with Colin Gibson, IESIS member, formerly Power Network Director, the National Grid. IESIS is a multidisciplinary professional engineering body.

    Dick Bowdler Acoustics (dick/dickbowdler.co.uk)

    British Acoustician – Dr Malcolm Swinbanks, who presented at the recent international Wind Turbine noise conference in Rome, in April 2011 was recommended by Dr. Sarah Laurie who hopes to also provide us with a video.

    Dr Chris Hanning on sleep deprivation

    We have also asked Helen McDade from the John Muir Trust to speak on giving the ‘Trust’s view on the issues around energy as it impacts wild areas – both from an “impacts on wild and natural landscapes” viewpoint and regarding the national strategic aspects which lead to those impacts on the wild land.’ (to be confirmed)

    Find out more: www.communitiesagainstturbinesscotland.com

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