Alerts and Events: Advertisements
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.
Advertisements, Aesthetics, Economics, Essays, Health, Law, Vermont •
Source: Lowell Mountain Group
To the people of Lowell: Attending all the informational meetings in Lowell concerning the current effort to erect 400 foot wind turbines, covering several miles of the Lowell Mountain ridge line, leaves me troubled by the questions that have not been answered – perhaps not even asked yet. When we meet as a community we should always look at that underlying question; How will we offer our children and grandchildren a life, here in our towns, with a decent standard . . .
Advertisements, Environment, New York, Videos •
Source: Preserve the Golden Crescent
The Golden Crescent, America’s national treasure and pristine gateway to Lake Ontario, the St Lawrence River and the Thousand Islands region is in immediate danger of becoming an industrial wind complex. Thousands of foreign made turbines will blanket islands, shorelines and shallow waters. High powered transmission lines are planned to slash through our crop and grazing lands. America’s best sport fishing, boating and sailing waters are in danger of ruin. We have kept the golden crescent green for generations; please . . .
Advertisements, Health, Noise, Ontario, Property values, Setbacks •
Source: Preserve Grey Highlands
Join the 950+ VICTIMS at: www.NationalWindWatch.org and demand proper setbacks between innocent peoples’ homes, schools, etc. and GIANT WIND TURBINES !!!!! to protect yourselves from the devastation, overwhelming noise, sleep deprivation and proven health issues. Many other concerns, facts, testimonies, etc. at: www.WindTurbineSyndrome.com www.BetterPlan.SquareSpace.org [ad run in newspapers in 3 states] Click here for global petition for 2-km setback
“19,500 ft. of roads, 43,000 ft. collection system and 20 foundations in 22 days … All it took was 17,000 tons of concrete … The 20-turbine Jeffers, MN Wind Farm project began in November and was completed before the ground froze.” –Carstensen Contracting, Inc., ad in April 2009 North American Windpower
Save the Prairie, an affiliate of Wind Watch, ran this full page ad in the Woodward News, Woodward, Oklahoma on April 15, 2009 and April 21, 2009.
Is wind power really green? Examine the facts, then decide for yourself. Denmark is the world’s most wind-intensive nation with more than 6,000 turbines generating 19% of its electricity. But consider this: Not one fossil fuel power plant has been closed 50% more coal-generated electricity is needed to cover wind’s failings Pollution and carbon dioxide emissions rose 36% in 2006 alone Danish electricity costs are the highest in Europe So what are the Danes saying about wind power now? “Windmills . . .