Alerts and Events: Video
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.
Aesthetics, Environment, Petitions, Scotland •
Source: Friends of 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 . . .
Source: Askos Aiolou production team
Fundraising for completion of full-length documentary (click on widget for complete information at www.indiegogo.com/projects/windbag-of-aeolus–2:
Economics, Grid, Meetings, Noise, Presentations, Scotland, U.K. •
Source: Scotland Against Spin
Mike Stigwood, MAS Environmental Wind Farms Noise: The Sacrifice of the Rural Minorities [click here to download mp4 (110 MB)] Jeremy Nicholson, Energy Intensive Users Group [click here to download mp4 (77 MB)] Mike Hall, Friends of Eden, Lakeland & Lunesdale Scenery The Cost of Wind Energy [click here to download mp4 (75 MB)] Mike Haseler, Scottish Climate & Energy Forum Economics, Energy & Wind [click here to download mp4 (68 MB)] Gordon Hughes, University of Edinburgh Renewables Policy and . . .
On CBC TV’s Doc Zone, Thursday, February 7, 9PM and (CBC News Network) Saturday, February 9, 11PM [See video clips below.] Driving by a wind farm, looking at the rural houses, it’s easy to be skeptical about the talk of wind turbines making people sick. We’re told that wind turbines are good and green. So how could those people living by them have an issue? But there is a problem – and it’s there because some governments and wind companies didn’t . . .
Here is a time-lapse video showing the huge scale involved in the erection of a giant wind turbine.