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Red kite killed by wind turbines in ItalyA red kite killed by wind turbines in Italy
Worker atop wind turbine under constructionA worker stands atop a wind turbine in the central section of the Criterion Wind Project along Backbone Mountain, Oakland, Maryland, July 28, 2010. With one of the blades facing skyward, the turbines are 415 feet tall. Photo by Barbara Haddock Taylor, Baltimore Sun.
Rebar and foundation pitSteel rebar and foundation pit
Gaspésie, QuébecPhoto by Justin Cash
Oil leaked from nacelle to the base of tower - Palm Springs, California Oil has leaked from the generator and gears housing (nacelle) to the base of the tower - Palm Springs, California
Oil leaking from wind turbines; exposed gears with missing housing - Palm Springs, CaliforniaOil leaking from wind turbines, exposed gears with missing housing - Palm Springs, California
Oil running to the ground - Palm Springs, CaliforniaThe oil is running all the way to the ground - Palm Springs, California
Parts fallen several hundred feet from nearest wind turbine - Palm Springs, CaliforniaParts have fallen several hundred feet from the nearest wind turbine - Palm Springs, California
Protest truckProtest truck: The Big sWINDle
Demonstration in GermanyAbout 400 delegates from 118 federations, associations or defense committees came from all over Germany to demonstrate at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. At the end of the demonstration, delegates from various German Landers met in Berlin's House of Cultures to found a national anti-windfarm federation.
Locust Ridge Wind Farm, PennsylvaniaLocust Ridge Wind Farm, near Mahanoy City, Schuylkill County, and in Conyngham Township, Columbia County, Pennsylvania - Gamesa 2-MW turbines (total height 399 ft., blade area 1.47 acres)
Gamesa G90 foundationGamesa G90 (2 MW) - “more than 50 loads of cement, 60 tons of rebar, and one very large crane”
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