Alerts and Events: Italy
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.
Against the wind: The treasure the South doesn’t know it has – What hides behind the great wind power affair – Nella vita di Antonio Colucci entrano un giorno, ospiti scomode e inattese, le pale eoliche. Nel suo mondo arcaico quelle pale si muovono senza un perché. Del resto è una ricchezza improvvisa e sconosciuta apparsa nel Sud dell’Italia, dove le pianure non danno da vivere. Ai sindaci il vento piace perché rappresenta una piccola pensione sociale collettiva. Pochi soldi, ma . . .
Environment, Impacts, Italy, Publications, Wildlife •
Source: Luca Vitali and Rocco Lombardi
Abbiamo visto troppe immagini di pale bianche su cieli azzurri e prati verdi, con bimbi sorridenti e animali al pascolo – vogliamo crederci ancora? We have seen too many images of white blades in blue skies and green meadows, with smiling children and grazing animals – we still believe it? That is the message of a poster produced by Luca Vitali and Rocco Lambardi (Edizioni Montaonda): Questo il messaggio di un manifesto preparato da Luca Vitali e Rocco Lombardi (Edizioni . . .
Estonia, France, Germany, Health, Italy, Japan, Noise, Poland, Publications, Turkey •
Source: K-Selected Books
K-Selected Books is pleased to offer an abridged (shortened) version of Nina Pierpont’s “Wind Turbine Syndrome” book in various non-English languages. You are welcome to download these translations, print them off, circulate them at will, hand them out, and post them on whatever websites you choose. They are a gift. What you will be reading is basically Chapter 4 (“Report for Non-Clinicians”) of the full-length English-language book, with several new pages added. Thus making “Wind Turbine Syndrome: Abridged” a complete . . .
Red Kites have disappeared in an area of hills and low mountains named “Appennino Dauno”, in the province of Foggia, Puglia Region, and in nearby areas in the provinces of Avellino and Benevento, in the Campania Region, in Southern Italy, following the construction of wind farms. On the Daunia Mountains (Appennino Dauno), in the Province of Foggia near the border with the Province of Benevento, there were 12-15 pairs before the construction of wind farms, now there is 1 pair. . . .