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Alerts and Events: Health
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Please help us “TAKE A STAND” to help wind turbine victims everywhere. COME to Falmouth, Massachusetts, on Saturday February 27, 2016, at 8 am. ASSEMBLE at 59 Falmouth Town Hall Square, Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA This DEMONSTRATION is intended to send a message to Local, State, Federal and international Governments that it is their duty and responsibility to protect and safeguard the people of the world . The wind industry and the industrial wind turbine agenda through unrealistic government mandates has . . .
Seasons come and go in provincial Blaashoek, where the town’s superficial harmony is upended by the arrival of a wind park – a blessing for some, a curse for others. The irritating hum of the turbines keeps butcher Herman Bracke, known far and wide for his delicious ‘summer paté’, awake at night. He falls prey to a deadly fatigue and gradually loses control over his work, setting off a series of blood-curdling events, with fatal consequences for the townspeople. Life . . .
Numerous residents living in, or in the environs of, Duke Energy’s Shirley Wind project in the Town of Glenmore, Wisconsin, are now displaying 4′ × 4′ yard signs stating what the Brown County Board of Health officially declared, namely, that the Shirley Wind turbines are “a human health hazard”. There are now 20 families displaying the signs, many of which are shown below. All photos by courtesy of Brown County Citizens for Responsible Wind Energy, from whom high-resolution copies are . . .
At the October 14, 2014, Brown County (Wisconsin, USA) Board of Health meeting a motion was made to declare the Shirley Wind turbines a Human Health Hazard. The motion was unanimously approved by the Board: “To declare the Industrial Wind Turbines at Shirley Wind Project in the Town of Glenmore, Brown County, Wisconsin, a Human Health Hazard for all people (residents, workers, visitors, and sensitive passersby) who are exposed to Infrasound/Low-Frequency Noise and other emissions potentially harmful to human health.” . . .
Dear Senators Leahy and Sanders and Congressman Welch: We, the undersigned, join many thousands of U.S. taxpayers and ratepayers nationwide in urging you and your colleagues to eliminate the 22-year old wind production tax credit (PTC). You should know by now that development of wind power in the United States does not reduce our need to maintain and build reliable generation, nor does it add materially to employment in our country. The small amount of energy it generates is intermittent, . . .
Senators Leyonhjelm, Madigan, Day, Xenophon and Back: To move on the next day of sitting— (1) That a select committee, to be known as the Select Committee on Wind Turbines be established to inquire into and report on the application of regulatory governance and economic impact of wind turbines by 24 June 2015, with particular reference to: (a) the effect on household power prices, particularly households which receive no benefit from rooftop solar panels, and the merits of consumer subsidies . . .
Origin Energy’s proposed changes to the blade length and height of the turbines at Stockyard Hill will cause irreparable harm to the health of our community. Origin claims the increase in turbine height is “improving project efficiencies”. This is clever corporate wording for ‘improving profits’ at our community’s expense and also makes the Stockyard Hill Project more attractive to on-sell to foreign investors. Here is what this means for residents: The proposed turbine height changes contravene condition three of the . . .