Watch the Moyne Shire Council discuss a proposed wind farm that the community have been under the shadow of for 12 years. The noise standard under which wind farms operate do not adequately resolve community concerns and issues; being based on traffic noise that differs to wind farm noise. Broad spectrum noise testing near wind … Continue reading Moyne Shire Council Ordinary Meeting-Dec 2020
'The interference with family and home is a fact. It is arbitrary in that people are subject to interference as others use their own criteria, generally directed at maximising the interferer’s profit to site their machines.'
'Independent acoustical and medical
professionals(xiii) are satisfied that victims are exposed to airborne pressure waves (sound) and possibly ground borne pressure waves (vibration) to the point which is, for some victims, unbearable and quite clearly cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment'.
Written in 2016 by Peter Mitchell; 'Human rights and wind energy projects' will be posted on DeFrock in five parts. http://en.friends-against-wind.org/justice/human-rights-and-wind-energy-projects This document is a review of the possible breaches by wind energy projects of various of the human rights of people living in the vicinity of a wind project. It identifies and considers a number … Continue reading Human Rights And Wind Energy Projects-Part 3.
'An understanding of the nature of the sound pressure waves(v) emitted by turbines and the impacts of that energy upon neighbours is essential to any assessment of the possible breaching of human rights'.
Industry spin and uncritical but determined admirers of wind energy have encouraged the political and public view of the wind industry as beyond criticism and critical analysis. In contrast people living in the vicinity of Wind Energy Projects (WEPs) have been suffering both mentally and physically since turbines have appeared in their previously quiet, peaceful and healthy environments.