Update on Windfarm Noise Issues and the Guideline Development Group for the WHO Environmental noise guidelines for the European Region

Posted Category: Health, Low Frequency Noise, News

Open Letter to the members of the panel developing the WHO Environmental Noise Guidelines for the European Region All those involved in alerting the WHO to the scale of effects being suffered have so often had their experiences dismissed or ignored. The domino effect of this is that reports are not reaching those who need […]

Health Campaigners take windfarm battle global

Posted Category: Access to Justice, Health, News

  The following is a response to the editor awaiting possible publication: Dear Sir, Re. Iain Ramage’s excellent article ‘Health campaigners take windfarm battle global.’  As one of those quoted, I can testify that campaigners are very used to seeing written and hearing the kind of rhetoric spoken by Ms. Clark of Scottish Renewables from […]

Environmental Liability Request for Action on Water Contamination: Review

Posted Category: Water Contamination

In respect of water contamination/pollution issues, wherever wind turbines are built on water catchment areas around the world, the potential for serious harm exists. The ‘Request for Action‘ was lodged with the Scottish Government and agencies in July 2015. A  Letter from SEPA   dated 29th April 2016 provided an update that SEPA had completed its […]

Letter to the World Health Organisation(WHO) re. 2016 Noise Guidelines

Posted Category: Aarhus, Health, Low Frequency Noise

Letter to the World Health Organisation. European guidelines on acceptable levels of noise impact have remained unchanged for almost twenty years. Wind turbines meanwhile have doubled in size increasing their potential to cause noise nuisance. The WHO is currently developing guidelines for the European region to protect public health from environmental noise including that from […]

The £120million question: Did Britain’s biggest windfarm contaminate water?

Posted Category: Health, Water Contamination

By Craig McDonald DR Rachel Connor claims the water has deteriorated since construction work started on the windfarm. CONTAMINATION caused by building Britain’s biggest windfarm has forced water bosses to construct a new £120million pipeline, according to a campaigning doctor. Scottish Water announced the major works between Ayrshire and Glasgow last month. They said 29 […]

Sick and Tired Protest – Falmouth, Mass.

Posted Category: Civil Aviation, Experiences, Health

“What other industry is allowed such a wide berth to profits while completely sacrificing the public good?” Greetings from the North American Platform Against Wind Power. Millions of people around the world join you today in spirit and voicing their support for your protest, and in solidarity with your objectives. Thank you very much for […]

Re: Decision V/9n concerning compliance by the United Kingdom

Posted Category: Aarhus, Access to Justice, Civil Aviation, Water Contamination

Re: Decision V.9n  concerning compliance by the United Kingdom – invitation to comment on Party concerned’s second progress report: Comments are the result of research and dialogues, not only with professionals, but many at the grass roots of society both here and abroad who are now experiencing what it is like to live with the […]