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American Society of Mammalogists
Resolution: Effects of Wind-Energy Facilities on Bats and Other Wildlife
WHEREAS, wildlife conservation and energy efficiency should be major considerations in the development of viable sources of alternative energy (Government Accountability Office 2003; Arnett et al. 2007; National Research Council 2007); and, WHEREAS, wind turbines were once assumed to have no adverse environmental impacts, however, onshore wind-energy facilities have killed thousands of bats and birds (Government Accountability Office 2003; Kunz et al. 2007b; National Research Council 2007); and, WHEREAS, onshore wind-turbine construction and associated infrastructure have pronounced effects on wildlife . . . Complete article »

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