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Resource Documents: France (19 items)
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Author: Fédération Environnement Durable
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Author: Bonn, Pierre
Pierre Bonn is President of l’Association de Défense de l’Environnement en Nord Lauragais Industrial wind energy is an environmental imposter that increases global warming emissions. The imposture is worsened by ripping off French consumers. In effect, not only does it not reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but the more wind energy, the more need for thermal plants that emit greenhouse gases. Contents 1. Industrial wind energy is not able to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. 2. Industrial wind energy must be balanced . . .More »
Author: Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux
“Evaluation of the impact of the Bouin (Vendée) wind energy facility on birds and bats”, by the Bird Protection League (France) Perrine Dulac, editor Pour un sommaire français, voir à Fédération Environnement Durable (cliquer). English summary by Mark Duchamp: A five-year monitoring report of 8 wind turbines near the coast in Vendée, France, by the French ornithological society LPO (Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux), discloses the following: bird mortality: 5.7 to 33.8 per turbine/year, depending upon the year and . . .More »
Author: Marini, Philippe; et al.
Proposed law to require citizen consultation before siting of large wind turbines, recorded by the President of the Senate, 17 March 2008: “If the expansion of wind energy is a good, it should not be translated, on the ground, by nuisance, including visual, so important to residents, or by disfiguration of the neighboring countryside. “Moreover, the time when people could impose projects on the public is over. The application of information and transparency is today essential. Every elected official has . . .More »