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    These postings are provided to help publicize 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.


    posted:  December 3, 2016
    Aesthetics, Environment, France, Noise, Property values, ProtestsPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  RAPASSE

    Manifestation pour la défense du patrimoine rural, contre les affairistes eoliens

    SAMEDI 10 DECEMBRE 2016 A CONFOLENS (Charente) à 9 h 30 MANIFESTATION POUR LA DÉFENSE DU PATRIMOINE RURAL, CONTRE LES AFFAIRISTES EOLIENS Madame, Monsieur, A l’initiative de l’Association RAPASSE 16450 Saint-Laurent-de-Céris , un collectif de 22 Associations situées sur les 5 départements jouxtant la Charente, toutes opposées à la défiguration de notre patrimoine rural organisent une manifestation le Samedi 10 décembre 2016, à 9 h 30, à CONFOLENS (16). Communiqué de Presse Manifestation pour la défense du Patrimoine Rural contre . . .

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    posted:  November 26, 2015
    Aesthetics, Press releases, Publications, Scotland, Videos, WildlifePrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  John Muir Trust

    New animation reveals the spreading visual impact of wind turbines on Scotland’s landscape

    The John Muir Trust and the University of Leeds Wild Land Research Institute have produced an animation showing the dramatic change in Scotland’s landscape over the past 20 years as a result of the proliferation of wind turbines. The animation is based on a series of maps that illustrate the extent of Scotland’s land area from which wind turbines are potentially visible. It includes both built and consented wind turbines above 20 metres tall, and excludes applications still in the . . .

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    posted:  August 17, 2015
    Aesthetics, Environment, Information, Maine, Noise, Property valuesPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Posted by Brad Blake on August 13, 2015, windtaskforce.org

    Oakfield ruined by First Wind (SunEdison, whatever!) turbines: latest photos

    An erstwhile wind warrior grabbed his camera this week and sent in these sad photos of the Oakfield Wind project, still under construction, but with enough turbines up so the impact is clear. First Wind bamboozled the Town of Oakfield with a so-called collaboration with a poor town that was eager for tax revenues and landowners eager to get leasing income. Again, First Wind laughs all the way to the bank, having taken over the town at a cheap, rock-bottom . . .

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    posted:  July 22, 2015
    Aesthetics, Announcements, Economics, Maine, PublicationsPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Meryl L. Moss Media Relations

    Killing Maine, a novel by Mike Bond

    Buy at Amazon. Some of America’s most corrupt politicians can be found in the windswept wilds of Maine. The Pine Tree State rates next-to-last in citizens’ trust of their legislators according to the Gallup Poll (April 4, 2014), and the Center for Public Integrity gives the state an F for corruption. Maine politicians appropriate taxpayer funds for their own companies, while governors pass legislation for huge energy projects which they then create companies to run. And energy companies write laws . . .

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    posted:  March 21, 2015
    Aesthetics, Environment, Petitions, ScotlandPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Friends of the Great Glen

    Save Loch Ness and the Great Glen

    Go to the Petition: www.scottish.parliament.uk/GettingInvolved/Petitions/PE01564 Calling on the Scottish Parliament to urge the Scottish Government to take steps to designate the Loch Ness and Great Glen as a National Scenic Area; to recommend a priority application is made to UNESCO for the area to be afforded World Heritage protection; and to take appropriate steps to discourage further wind turbine developments and support the restoration of sites damaged by wind turbines. Introduction Wind farms have a part in renewable energy developments . . .

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    posted:  August 27, 2014
    Advertisements, Aesthetics, Economics, Energy, Maine, RadioPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Saving Maine

    Saving Maine’s first three radio commercials exposing wind power

    “Goodbye, Saddleback Mountain” “Poor Wind vs. Tax Breaks” “Power Exporter”

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    posted:  March 15, 2014
    Aesthetics, Economics, Energy, Netherlands, PublicationsPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  VVD Wijk bij Duurstede

    Weg met windmolens — “Down with wind turbines” game

    The beautiful panorama of Wijk bij Duurstede might be changing. With an abundance of arguments you can prevent this! Will you play “Down with wind turbines”? No. I am from SP/GroenLinks/D66. Yes. I accept the challenge. 1. How far away can a 150-meter wind turbine be seen standing in the landscape? 2. How many euros less would a Wijks house be worth near wind turbines by the canal? 3. How many cars is the energy generated by a spinning wind . . .

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