Alerts and Events: Nova Scotia
These postings are provided to help publicize and provide examples of 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.
Eco Awareness Society 408 Browns Mountain Rd., RR 1, Merigomish, NS B0K 1G0 902-926-2297 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 14, 2011 As a public service, the Eco Awareness Society (EAS) will present the Maritime debut of Laura Israel’s Award Winning Film “Windfall” at Strathspey Place, Mabou, Nova Scotia on Tuesday, May 24th, 7:00 P.M. EAS is a non-profit organization that promotes awareness and understanding of ecological and energy principles through scientific evidence. The society formed in 2007 to make available, evidence . . .
The Eco Awareness Society Announces Its New Webstore. Visit our new webstore, where you will find t-shirts, totes, mugs and yard signs to use in your fight against industrial wind power plants. Items also make great gifts for friends and family who share the cause. http://www.eco-awareness-society.ca/store/default.html Wear your message proudly and together we will stop this madness. Proceeds from all sales are the foundation of our Society and allow us to continue our work in promoting awareness and understanding of . . .
June 4, 2010 Dear Friends, I am writing to enlist your help. On April 7th, 2010 the Eco Awareness Society along with other groups and individuals sent a request for a province wide moratorium on industrial wind power projects in Nova Scotia and a request for a comprehensive noise and health study. Along with this request was sent Dr. Nina Pierpont’s book as well as over 140 documents that substantiate and explain adverse human impacts with regard to industrial wind . . .
Friends from around the world: We need your help. Shear Wind Inc. has targeted our small rural community for the largest wind farm in the province simply because we have three major power lines running through our area. Phase one of Glen Dhu Wind Park will place 30 turbines on our beautiful mountain and phase two will add up to an additional 60 turbines. Shear Wind’s initial environmental assessment was returned for insufficient information in October by our Environment Minister; . . .
Daniel and Carolyn d’Entremont, who had to abandon their home in Pubnico Point, Nova Scotia, because of health problems caused by nearby wind turbines, are selling this design on T-shirts, buttons, stickers, etc. Contact them through their web site, dangerwind.org, where you can also read about their experience.