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146 wind turbines in dolphin waters  

The inshore waters around Changbin Industrial Park, near Lukang, Changhua County is known humpback dolphin habitat. It is arguably the best site for land based observation and forms critically important habitat for the species. 244 wind turbines are to be erected in the area (23 have already been erected). Of those, 146 will be erected in the shallow inshore waters that are frequented by the dolphins. What effect will the noise from this “green energy” project have on the species? With less than a hundred of these unique dolphins left, will this push them over the edge beyond the point of no return? Isn’t green energy about saving our planet? Knowingly creating noise that harms and destroying the habitat of a unique marine mammal species that in all likelihood will result in its extinction doesn’t quite fit the green profile, does it?

See Changhua builds turbines in today’s Taipei Times.

Also see:
The impact of wind farm construction on the Humpback Dolphins

Save the Taiwan Humpback Dolphins

14 November 2007

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