September 26, 2012
Seeing Red Over Green Energy
“Wind turbines are spinning all over Ontario, and so is the debate over the health, environmental and economic concerns of those who live near them. And, The Agenda examines whether the Green Energy Act has been a benefit or drawback for Ontario.”
Jane Wilson: Ontario’s Wind Controversy
The wind turbine debate in Ontario is still spinning. In July 2012, Health Canada announced a new study that will look into the possible adverse effects of living near wind power projects. Steve Paikin speaks with Wind Concerns Ontario’s Jane Wilson about the health, environmental and economic concerns of those who live near industrial wind turbines.
How Green is My Ontario?
From anger to support, has the Green Energy Act benefited Ontario? The Agenda looks back on its programs examining the Green Energy Act.”
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- Commissioners blow commercial wind turbines out of the county
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- Judge grants plaintiff’s motion to move Ocotillo wind lawsuit from federal to state court
- A new hurdle for wind farm? Opponents want higher bar for approval
- Wind farm under threat
- Wind act doesn’t treat all Mainers equally
- 170-foot blade breaks off wind turbine
- Lee board OKs wind farm project; 12-9 vote overrules decision by lower panel
- Wind farm battle turns personal; Opponents claim lack of due diligence by county officials.
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Tundra Swan Reports
- Stay tuned for what’s coming up on WWR.What we are working on: WWR will return on the 9th of January with Pat Swords and Christine Metcalfe and Aarhus Convention; Also Clive Hambler Conservation lecturer at Oxford. We sift through all of the suggestions and try to pick the most relevant, timely stories for each week. Please send them along!
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