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    Wind farms gone wild: Is the environmental damage justified?  

    Special issue: “Wind farms gone wild: Is the environmental damage justified?”
    Wild Land News: Magazine of the Scottish Wild Land Group
    Issue 83, June 2013

    CONTENTS
    Editorial
    Is wind power a threat to our climate change policy?, by John Constable
    On windfarms, and the preservation of place, by Sharon Blackie
    Where eagles dare – the wind farms gamble, by Clive Hambler
    The aesthetic objection to wind farms, by Christine Lovelock
    The wind power question, by Iain A MacLeod
    The Shetland Viking wind farm, by Frank Hay
    The threat to rural Scotland from wind turbines, by Jack Ponton
    Are Public Local Inquiries fair, democratic and delivering the right result?, by Helen McDade
    The Aarhus Convention – one man’s journey, by Pat Swords
    Observations of an Aarhus hearing, by Christine Metcalfe
    Chickens coming home to roost, by Ken Brown
    Wind energy developments – impacts on Scotland’s landscapes, by John Mayhew
    Scottish planning policy is failing our national heritage, by Fraser Wallace

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    Download original document: “Wild Land News: Wind energy special issue”

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