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Society for Wind Vigilance
Global Wind Industry and Adverse Health Effects: First International Symposium
Abstracts from the international symposium held October 29-31, 2010, Picton, Ontario, Canada, by courtesy of the Society for Wind Vigilance, Ontario. Click on a title to download the complete presentation. Or click here to download them all in a 16-MB zip file. FRIDAY 7:00-9:30 pm Session I: No Rules, No Caution, No Accountability Orville Walsh NO GLOBAL STANDARDS [ view online ] Abstract: The rapid expansion of the wind energy industry globally has resulted in governmental authorities at different levels . . . Complete article »

Society for Wind Vigilance
Delay, Denial and Disappointment
“The Potential Health Impacts of Wind Turbines May 2010” (CMOH Review) is a literature review and contains no original research. As a consequence the report has little relevance to addressing the issues of adverse health effects of an emerging technology. The report does acknowledge the relative paucity of existing medical evidence but paradoxically declines to offer any remedial action – to wit further research. In addition the conclusions of the CMOH Review are not supported by the content of the . . . Complete article »

Society for Wind Vigilance
Proposed Case Definition: Adverse Health Effects and Industrial Wind Turbines
People are reporting adverse health effects associated with the onset of industrial wind turbine operations. The symptoms described are consistent globally. The complexities of adverse health effects and industrial wind turbines and the methodological problems associated with its study indicate the need for a comprehensive, systematic, and integrated study of populations and victims. Epidemiological and clinical evaluation is required including sleep studies of victims. The Society for Wind Vigilance proposes this case definition to assist clinicians in the assessment of . . . Complete article »

Society for Wind Vigilance
Wind Energy Industry Acknowledgement of Adverse Health Effects
An Analysis of the American/Canadian Wind Energy Associations–sponsored “Wind Turbine Sound and Health Effects: An Expert Panel Review” (December 2009) It is apparent from this analysis that the A/CanWEA Panel Review is neither authoritative nor convincing. The work is characterized by commission of unsupportable statements and the confirmation bias in the use of references. Many important references have been omitted and not considered in the discussion. Furthermore the authors have taken the position that the World Health Organization standards regarding . . . Complete article »

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