Posted by: WCFN | March 24, 2018

Plastic sea growing fast


More pictures from the Caribbean here: Caribbean plastic sea

“Humans are filling the oceans with an estimated 8 million tons of plastic every year, and that is expected to increase 22 percent by 2025.” Washington Post article

In the same article we read: “Seventy-nine thousand tons of plastic debris, in the form of 1.8 trillion pieces, now occupy an area three times the size of France in the Pacific Ocean between California and Hawaii, a scientific team reported on Thursday.”

plastic concentration off California - Washington Post

Map from the article: California to the right, Hawaiian Islands bottom left.

Here is another map, from a source unknown, showing the vortices that maintain the trash at sea:

Note there is another concentration of plastic trash near Japan, and one near Alaska.

On this other map, plastic islands are not shown. But it’s easy to guess where they may have formed in other oceans:

world gyres

Birds mistake plastic for food, and die as their stomachs can’t process it:

Sea bird killed by ingested trash 2

Sea turtles too:


Even fish:

Plastic bits found in fish

Plastic can also hurt or kill in different ways, for instance:

Young turtle victim of plastic

“The most striking aspect of the findings — and perhaps the most damaging — was the large volume of fishing nets or “ghostnets” …  “Entanglement and smothering from nets is one of the most detrimental observed effects we see in nature.”  Washington Post article

Another victim


turtle entangled


And it keeps piling up…

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Isn’t it time we did something about it?

The people of Aberporth, a village in Wales, decided to do their bit: anti-plastic campaign
It’s a start, and if their example convinced other villages around the world to do likewise, it could be the start of something big, with governments shifting their attention from wasteful wars and intermittent wind farms to something more responsible.

More on plastic pollution:  The pristine Arctic has become a garbage trap for 300 billion pieces of plastic



Posted by: WCFN | October 19, 2017

London conference Oct 24th

Germany’s green energy transition is destroying vast swathes of nature, agricultural lands and forests. In the name of climate policy, rare birds and endangered species are being killed while much of the countryside is transformed into industrial parks.

Talk by Michael Miersch
German Wildlife Foundation

When: Tuesday, 24th October 2017, from 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Where: Committee Room 2A, House of Lords

2017 10 27 Conference in London


To attend, please ask to email you an invitation, then click on the button “attend event” appearing on it, and follow the instructions


Michael Miersch - German Wildlife Foundation

Michael Miersch is a director at the Deutsche Wildtier Stiftung.

Posted by: WCFN | August 30, 2017

Wind turbine noise seminar

Seminar on Wind Turbine Noise
Glasgow, 22 September

We are delighted to inform you that Professor Mariana Alves-Pereira and Dr. John Yelland are coming to Glasgow to the Radisson Blu Hotel on Friday 22nd September from 7pm to 10pm.

Please join us at this important seminar on Wind Turbine Noise at:

Seminar Introduction:

The noise from wind turbines built close to homes may cause their occupants irritation and distress, but cannot possibly explain the serious adverse health effects that many communities are now experiencing. These include vertigo, nausea, fatigue, pounding in the head or chest, nose bleeds. There is already abundant evidence that the true cause of such symptoms is not the audible turbine noise at all; it is the very high levels of infrasound emitted by the turbines. The wind energy industry consistently denies this, and claims that wind farm neighbours allow the intensity of their dislike of turbines due to “non-acoustic factors” to psychologically cause them “enhanced annoyance”. SSE (Scottish and Southern Electricity) have, by building even larger, more powerful wind turbines so close to the communities of Fairlie and Millport, provided even stronger evidence that the harm from wind turbine infrasound is physiological, not psychological.


7.00 pm Tea and Coffee served

7.30 pm Melvin Grosvenor, of the UK Independent Noise Working Group (INWG) will introduce

“How Wind Turbines Create Infrasound” by Dr John Yelland, Independent Acoustician

“Infrasound and Low Frequency Noise: A Public Health Nightmare” by Professor Mariana Alves-Pereira, Lusofona University, Lisbon, Portugal.

Q & A Session

Please share this invitation with your GP, your elected representatives, health and safety, SNH, SEPA and anyone you think would benefit from understanding more about wind turbine noise, especially if your community is in the vicinity of wind turbines.

From our UK correspondent

Posted by: WCFN | July 8, 2017

Nature, health and wellbeing


How Nature, in Any Form, Boosts Health and Wellbeing


Modern life is a busy experience. There’s always somewhere to be, something to do or someone to phone/email/text. Many people thrive under that pressure, yet others don’t. But, a universal requirement for everyone to function well and remain in good health, is access to nature.

There have been numerous studies into the importance of nature on people’s health and they all show the same results. Without a reboot from the natural world around us:

· We tire more easily.
· Find it harder to concentrate.
· Our bodies and minds are more susceptible to illness.

Many people are lucky and have easy access to nature where they can go for a walk, or look out and see a breath-taking view. But city dwellers and workers in particular, don’t have the same, easy options. There is an alternative though. It’s been proven that even access to beautiful pictures and images of nature scenes, can have a beneficial effect on our health.

HD photo by Ales Krivec (@aleskrivec)

There’s a variety of distinctive benefits that access to real-life nature or wonderful pictures or documentaries can produce. They include:

· A reduction in the instance of depression.
· Help invalids heal faster.
· Boost immune systems.
· Improve your mood.
· Reduces the perception of pain.
· Can stave off dementia.

Check out this guide to learn more about how interacting with nature can improve your health.

by Jackie

Posted by: WCFN | June 21, 2017

Greater Prairie Chicken in peril

Wind farms may cause extinction of Greater Prairie Chicken

The following scientific paper has come to our attention, published by Science Daily on 6 May 2015:
Vulnerable grassland birds abandon mating sites near wind turbines – Central Ornithology Publication Office

Quote: “The findings of this study reinforce the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recommendation that no new wind energy development should be done within an eight-kilometer buffer around active lek sites.”
Note: “lek sites” refer to the reproduction areas of the Greater Prairie Chicken.

The study has found that these birds may abandon their leks as far as 8-km away from a wind turbine. This makes a large area. Multiply this by thousands of wind turbines installed or to be installed in the Great Plains and you have a “threatened” species squeezed out of its habitat.

This is why the US Fish & Wildlife Service has come up with this recommendation. The question is: will local authorities respect the wish of the FWS? This remains to be seen. Based on our experience, the wind industry will run roughshod over this obstacle to its development. It has an extremely powerful lobby, funded by taxpayers through the Production Tax Credit.

The saddest part of all this is that wind turbines do not even save on harmful emissions, because they need fossil fuel power stations to regulate their variable, uncontrollable production. And while ramping up and down all day, these back-up plants spew twice as much pollution into the atmosphere, like a car caught in city traffic. Here lies the whole controversy about wind turbines, and many retired engineers are not afraid to say that they are useless.

Not only that, but they are harmful to boot: ill-effects of infrasound on neighbors, carnage of birds and bats, high cost of subsidies, high electricity prices, destruction of jobs, etc.

Posted by: WCFN | May 23, 2017

Windfarms & Whale Beachings

The Times: wind turbines may have caused the death of 3 whales

May 22 2017

Click on picture to enlarge and read the text

Over a year ago WCFN published an article where we suggested that the beaching of 17 sperm whales – a toll that finally reached 29 – had been caused by offshore wind turbines, numerous in the southern part of the North Sea where the tragedy happened: 17 sperm whales stranded on beaches in a vast offshore windfarm zone

Above: 2 of the 29 sperm whales beached in the 2016 event

None of the media, and the experts interviewed at the time, even named wind turbine low-frequency noise and vibrations as possible causes. But it would appear that experts are now thinking these wind machines may be the cause, says the Times. Progress at last!

But how many more years will have to pass before governments, and the medical profession at large,  recognize the ill-health effects of wind turbines on humans? The French Academy of Medicine just published a new report in which they side with government and industry on the matter. Dr Nina Pierpont immediately made public a strong critique of their findings: Pierpont, Critique of the French National Academy of Medicine report, 5-9-17.

The reputation of the medical profession was hardly tarnished by the years they spent ignoring the effects of tobacco. Perhaps this fact encourages them to look the other way while wind turbines are causing serious harm to thousands of people living in their vicinity? Recommending that an epidemiological study be carried out won’t save the Academy from blame: they had recommended that much in their 2006 report as well, but governments ignored it. Wind farm victims were expecting the medical profession would up the ante this time around, given the mass of studies proving the existence of the deleterious Wind Turbine Syndrome. But against all logic, the Academy adopted the discredited nocebo effect argument put forward by the wind industry. So we ask: what about animals? Are they too affected by what they read in the social media?.

These documents attest to the noxious effects of wind turbines:

Wind farms affect children

Wind turbines: effects on animals

Posted by: WCFN | January 17, 2017

SAM – Scribe : pricing


Price list and other information

about the full-spectrum sound recording kit for wind turbine victims




Due to the large number of response from across the world, it has become necessary to create this generic reply.

SAM Scribe Mk2 is the most recent product in a project that started back in 1998. So far, in excess of 100,000 person-hours have been spend on developing the methodology and associated instrumentation.

SAM Scribe Mk2 is the most recent development and is now being offered for international sale.

The first commercial production run of SAM Scribe Mk2 will begin in February, 2017. This production run will be of a limited number of units as the production process is developed. Each Scribe is hand assembled and tested at every stage of production. The microphones are similarly manufactured by Atkinson & Rapley and we hope to issue a calibration certificate with each pair in the near future. Calibration equipment is currently on order.

If you are interested to obtain one of the first SAM Scribe Mk2s, please register your interest by contacting Atkinson & Rapley Consulting Ltd at

If you decide to purchase a unit, then you need to pay the full cost, including freight to your location, before the unit can be exported. Delivery takes between 14 – 28 days, depending on location.

The payment method is direct transfer to our New Zealand bank account. Please request details and these will be sent to you when you are ready to purchase. Your local bank can easily arrange such international transfers. We trade in New Zealand, Australian, Canadian and American dollars and Euros. The price list (click here) shows the cost for each category and country.

Customers who pay up front will take priority for the first production run.

If you have any further queries, please contact Atkinson & Rapley Consulting Ltd at

Information is available on the SAM technology and its success todate on our website here:   The site will be updated within 10 days.

More details regarding the Citizen Science Initiative will be available soon.




Posted by: WCFN | January 14, 2017

SAM – Scribe


A full-spectrum sound recording kit
for wind turbine victims

(cliques ici pour la traduction française, protégée par des droits d’auteur)



January 13, 2017

As a result of increasing noise pollution from industry, in particular low-frequency noise and infrasound, and the failure of the current acoustical strategy (based on the anachronistic A-Frequency Weighting) to deal with the issues of public noise complaints, Atkinson & Rapley Consulting Ltd., in collaboration with Astute Engineering and ESP Australia, and collaboration and support from the Waubra Foundation, embarked on the development of an affordable technology that could be purchased by non-specialists, allowing them to record and analyse soundscapes with laboratory-accuracy.

By putting the power of recording and analysing soundscapes within reach of the average consumer, a new methodology has been developed: the Citizen Science Initiative on Acoustic Characterisation of Human Environments (CSI-ACHE), to gather evidence on the impacts of industrial noise on people.

In August 2016, Atkinson & Rapley, launched the first, broad-spectrum, stereo, USB recording interface with custom microphones – Scribe. The system comes complete with broad-spectrum recording software for any Windows-based personal computer.

Capable of recording sound in the frequency range of 0.1 to 20,000 Hz, Scribe constitutes a new era in environmental soundscape monitoring.

After the successful release of the Scribe Scribe Mk1 in Australia in 2016, and its subsequent successful field trials in New Zealand, Australia and Europe, an enhanced Mk 2 system was put on the drawing board.

The Scribe Mk 2 is scheduled for public release in February 2017.

The unit will be available as a full-spectrum, environmental sound recording kit including: stereo USB sound card, twin custom microphones, two wind shields, cables, GPS receiver, a notebook computer with acquisition/recording software and a security HASP (dongle).

Noise-impacted residents may request a special price and will be encouraged to join the Citizen Science Initiative – CSI, to share their data for scientific research purposes. Conditions apply – please enquire.

Preorders are now being accepted for February 2017 production. Contact for more information. A brochure follows this press release – see on pages 2, 3 and 4, here.

Signed :


Posted by: WCFN | December 13, 2016

Windfarms affect children

NOISE: a startling case of two schools in proximity to wind turbines

By: anonymous teacher (fearing for his/her job)

In an effort to assist a society in danger, I feel obligated to make this case public. I am employed in schools within a rural area. The projects I am involved in run throughout the school year. I hope it will be understood why I cannot reveal names and locations. Sadly, I must protect myself against the professional consequences which could result from a fully detailed testimony.

During the past two years, I have worked in a school located 5 km to the east of a small wind farm, whose elevation is about 300 feet above that of the establishment. Most of the time, the school is downwind from the 2 MW wind turbines. In 2014/2015, I worked with the kindergarten consisting of 20 children aged 2.5 to 5 years of age. I’ve been engaged in this work for a long time, and I know the region and its people very well.

I was surprised how hard it was to manage this class of very young children. Actually, the teacher would systematically divide the class into two groups of 10, although I usually have no problems working with whole classes. Nonetheless, I found it hard to maintain the concentration of many of these children. In addition, a lot of pupils exhibited unusual and completely improper behaviour, which was violent and disruptive. I had rarely encountered this before with children of that age group, and never in such proportions. I did not understand why at first. It wasn’t the teacher’s fault: he was kind and rigorous at the same time, which is perfect for such small children.

During the second school year, I was again assigned to that school, but this time in two classes: the kindergarten divided into two groups, and a class with children aged 6 to 7.

This second class was absolutely unmanageable during the five first sessions. Its experienced teacher commented to me it was like that most of the time, he just could not handle those children. Yet again, nothing was wrong with the teacher. Several children seemed to be extremely ill at ease, a feeling shared by the teacher. There were instances of fits, outbursts of rage, rolling on the floor, knocking tables over and provoking each other into violent behaviour. The teacher was losing confidence and was also beginning to feel ill himself, on one occasion coming very close to a burn-out. The tiredness etched upon his face reflected his struggles. It should be noted that he also had problems with his memory, and it was becoming obvious that the children’s behaviour was not the only cause of his troubles, but that the location as well was a highly plausible culprit.

I soon made the connection with the wind turbines, because this behaviour reminded me of two children I had worked with a couple of years ago: they lived 800 yards from a wind farm. Having realised that, I started to check on the wind direction every time I drove to the school, when passing the wind turbines which in any event can be seen from the village.

From the start of the 6th session the change was dramatic: this class was the most peaceful I had ever taught. The children were remarkably calm and took part in the experiments in a very constructive way, intervening advisedly, all without pushing and shoving or fighting. Notably, the wind was blowing from the east, from the village to the wind farm, not the other way around as it did previously. I informed the teacher about my observation.

Some time later, having worked during the morning in the kindergarten, I was having lunch with their teacher in the classroom before going to another school. At noon, he was called by his third colleague. The 6-7 year olds’ teacher had left the school in tears, after a horrible morning spent with his pupils who had behaved particularly violently and unbearably. While we were eating, we stopped talking for a moment. This is when I felt the school vibrating, as if a lorry were passing on the country road 300 feet away. This vibration however, did not cease. In fact, the whole school was vibrating strongly, and we listened to that humming sound for a long moment. We opened the window, but there was no noticeable source of noise outside. It wasn’t the air extraction fan either, for we could hear its less obtrusive noise separately.

The classrooms had probably been vibrating during the whole morning, but this had been covered by the background noise of our activities. There is therefore very good reason to believe that this could have been the cause of the particularly strong malaise felt in the disruptive class of 6-7 year olds during the morning. That particular room faces the wind turbines and clearly acts as a sound box. The two other classrooms are more protected, but that didn’t prevent us from hearing strong vibrations in the kindergarten room, situated at the back of the building. The teacher of that class had also heard the noise very well. It is important to note that a sustained wind had been blowing from the direction of the wind turbines for several days.

The children all live in villages situated below the wind turbines, and were born after the construction of the wind farm. I recently met the mother of one of the children. She told me about the problems caused by the highly excitable nature of her two children and their classmates. She didn’t know what to do, so she had called a woman who claimed to be able to ‘demagnetise‘ her children. She also had special EMF electricity outlets installed. When I told her about my observations, her face immediately lit up and her comment was: « it’s quite possible ! »

I had worked previously in the same school, in the same conditions and within its ancient building before the turbines were built. I retain happy memories of these times.

I have also worked, twice, in another school, located 2 km west from a similar wind farm. First it was before the wind project was built, and I had found the children to be quick-witted, with many brilliant pupils among them, one being even recognised as exceptionally gifted. The second time around, it happened 4 and 5 years after the erection of the turbines. This was a part-time job which lasted 18 months, with 8-10 year olds.

When I took that assignment, I found that a very large proportion of the pupils had special education needs, a large number of them bound to low attainment, and many had learning disabilities officially recognised (dyslexia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia etc.). Out of a class of 25 pupils, not a single one was considered brilliant. The same problems could be found in the second class, again with no children obtaining high grades. Given the high pedagogical quality of the teachers (they were the same as before the wind turbines), the eventual social problems of some of the children (not more than anywhere else) couldn’t justify the massive failure in this primary level schooling.

I thought this failure might have been caused by EMF pollution from permanent WIFI signals, and the faint natural light in the classes. But it was the same as years ago, and the same in other schools, where I had met numerous brilliant children. Again, the only difference here was the wind farm’s proximity.

Unlike the first school, and considering the prevailing westerly winds, this one was located upwind from the turbines, and at the same altitude. The children here didn’t exhibit the same violent temperaments and behaviour as those described earlier in the first case, or as the two children living 800 yards from wind turbines. On the contrary, this was a very peaceful class, almost lifeless, lacking in concentration, vitality and reactivity, with poor oral participation. A large proportion of children exhibited serious learning difficulties. In addition, when working in that school I became dizzy whenever rising from my desk, or when leaning over a child and straightening up. Here again, I thought the WI-FI was the cause (in fact it could have contributed some).

Comparing the two schools, the first one is located downwind about 300 feet below and 5 km away from wind turbines, with pupils born after these were erected, living in homes in much the same topographical situation as the school. They exhibit severe behaviour outbursts when the wind blows from the direction of the turbines.

In the second case we have a school located upwind, 2 km from another wind farm and at roughly the same elevation as its turbines, with pupils born before the construction of the wind farm, living in the same village as the school. A high proportion of them have severe learning difficulties which didn’t exist in that school before the wind turbines.

As the inquiry is about ambient noise, generally speaking, I also wish to report the harm done by air extraction fans and milking robots, which have invaded our farms. Contrary to the earlier milking machines, they don’t only work 2 x 2 hours a day, but keep humming around the clock, causing health problems to cattle and humans alike. This is not counting with the heat pumps. Actually, sources of infrasound are springing up everywhere. And although out of topic, please allow me to briefly mention the digital boards, the operation of which requires teachers to close the blinds, thus depriving a whole generation of children of natural light for a large proportion of their school day. In short, in an increasing number of schools, all these negative impacts on health add up. But clearly, from my experience as summarised above, wind turbines are responsible for the most harmful impacts.

I hope my testimony will enable you to write directives that will protect our children from these most harmful effects. I did not sign it, because too many “politically-incorrect“ whistle-blowers have lost their jobs, which is something, you will appreciate, myself and my family cannot possibly risk or afford. Only authorized persons in very senior positions at the World Health Organization know my identity. This report is, therefore, only anonymous with regard to its release into the public domain.

Signature: none (identity legitimately withheld – see last paragraph above)

Read also:
Wind farm victims vindicated

wind turbines: effects on animals

Posted by: WCFN | October 16, 2016

Open letter to the WHO


(traduction française ici)

17 October 2016

From: World Council for Nature

To: Dr Margaret Chan,
Director-General, World Health Organization

Cc: Mrs Marie-Eve Héroux
Technical Officer, Air Quality & Noise
WHO European Centre for Environment and Health

Re: WHO’s Environmental Noise Guidelines for Europe


The World Council for Nature (WCFN) strongly disapproves the WHO’s refusal to take into account the testimonies of victims of an emerging disease, the Wind Turbine Syndrome (WTS). We also object to the refusal of a number of national health authorities to measure infrasound emitted by wind turbines, or to conduct epidemiological studies among victims. It would appear that these organizations are incapable of resisting the pressure applied by political and/or special interests to deny the sufferings caused by wind farms, in spite of overwhelming evidence compiled and analysed during 15 years by eminent specialists (1), starting with conclusive US Department of Energy-financed studies conducted by Dr. Neil Kelley (1985, 1987).

WCFN is concerned by the evidence of wind turbines’ ill effects on animals and people. We are surprised that health authorities have endorsed the wind industry’s self-serving contention that “nocebo” is at the root of residents’ complaints. What about the animals? Can their alarming behaviors, physiological anomalies, miscarriages, still-born or deformed offsprings, and even deaths en masse (2) be explained by articles they “read” (?) on the Internet? The logical conclusion is that these health officials are either incompetent, or following a political or private interest agenda.

Mr JP Riou, president of an association blowing the whistle on the harmful effects of wind turbines, received a negative answer from the WHO when he sent the testimony of a physician about two long-suffering wind farm victims. He wrote back to Mrs Héroux, heading the WHO’s panel reviewing the Environmental Noise Guidelines for Europe: “I do think it is my duty to publicly express my dismay at your response, in which you state the inability of the Panel to take testimonies into account. … I can only regret that the WHO will be discarding factual evidence in its apprehension of an emerging disease, the study of which is clouded by a vast amount of biased reports commisioned by political and private financial interests.” (3)

Mrs Héroux’s letter also revealed to Mr Riou that the WHO would be limiting its work to a review of the scientific literature. We suspect, from experience, that the scope of the selected studies will be centered on “noise”, ignoring infrasound, low-frequency noise and frequency & amplitude modulation – and that none will have captured the sufferings of those residents that are submitted to chronic sleep deprivation, can’t concentrate, suffer from pressure in the ears, frequent headaches, nauseas, tinnitus, memory loss, high blood pressure, panic attacks, irritability, tachycardia and other cardiovascular problems, cancers, suicidal thoughts (perhaps even acts?), car accidents from lack of sleep (I personally happen to know of one), etc.

Reviews of scientific literature by national health authorities have denied the existence of health effects from wind turbines, which is outrageous in view of all the evidence. The Australian Senate did not, but when the Canberra government also expressed concern, a political plot ousted the Prime Minister. And the Waubra Foundation, which is researching the health impacts of wind turbines without spending a single taxpayers’ dollar, has become the object of an odious ploy to cut-off its crowd funding. It is now fighting in court not to lose its charity status. The media, also influenced by politics and special interests, ignore the scandal. This is how corrupt our democraties have become.

In a nutshell, honest scientists should not base their judgment on reviews of cherry-picked, politically correct scientific literature, peer-reviewed as it may be. We invite you instead to review testimonies, independent studies, videos and articles as referenced in the footnotes below, and health-related content of websites such as the Waubra Foundation, National Wind Watch, and Friends Against Wind (1 to 7). This is how the emerging disease WTS can best be apprehended. Full studies could then be commissioned by the WHO, and a moratorium on new wind farms recommended until such time as the results are analysed and fully understood.

30 years have passed since the conclusive “NASA – Kelley” studies. How much longer can an emerging disease be denied by national health authorities and ultimately by the WHO? How many MORE people (including especially vulnerable groups such as children, people with chronic diseases, the elderly, and those with existing mental health problems including particularly anxiety, depression and PTSD) are going to be damaged by further delay? Who will be ultimately held liable for the dereliction of professional ethical behavior on the part of those responsible?

A recognized disease, the Vibro-Acoustic Disease (VAD), can also be caused by wind turbines. It has been documented (7). Yet, health officials turn a blind eye to this as well.

The WHO stands high above national health organizations. It has to be a model to them, not the reverse. Yet, rejecting testimonies on an emerging disease does cast a doubt on the objectivity and integrity of your organization. We sincerely hope that the WHO will take a second look at the situation, and study the testimonies it has received plus those published on the Internet in English, French and German (6), even if they are only the tip of the iceberg. And please do analyse the massive amont of evidence available outside the box of biased peer-reviewed studies financed by the wind industry or complicit government agencies. It is essential for the health of the world population that the WHO remain independent from political pressure and special interests.

Respectfully yours

Mark Duchamp


(1) – 15 years of work by Jerry Punch, PhD, audiologist , professor emeritus at Michigan State University, and Richard James, INCE, BME, acoustician, adjunct professor in Central Michigan University.

Here is their landmark paper: Wind Turbine Noise and Human Health: A Four-Decade History of Evidence that Wind Turbines Pose Risks

(2) –

(3) –

Original in French:

(4) – This is one of countless videos about wind farm victims (if the sub titles do not appear, click the first of the icons at the bottom right of the screen):

Here is another:

(5) – Links to:

 The Waubra Foundation

National Wind Watch

Friends Against Wind

(6) – Testimonies:

– testimonies in English (from EU and US)

– more testimonies, in French

– more testimonies, in German

– more: victims from Ontario, Canada

– an important affidavit, in German

– Falmouth, USA: 61 testimonies accepted by board of health at a public hearing

– Poland: a victim writes to other victims 

– Germany: a webpage dedicated to victims of sound

– France, Belgium, Switzerland: letters to the authorities from the platform Victims of Wind Turbines

– France: testimony from a physician about a two long-term victims, which prompted the letter from Mrs Héroux

(7) – A recognized disease can be caused by wind turbines: the Vibro-Acoustic Disease (VAD).

see also here:
(see section 5)

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