Letter To Chair AAAC-2013

WF-Ltr-to-Chair-AAAC-Final-26-9-13Download 26 September, 2013Mr Martti WarpeniusChairmanAssociation of Australian Acoustical ConsultantsBy email to martti.warpenius@aecom.comDear Sir,I write to you as Chairman of the Waubra Foundation and also as an engineer with a reasonable level of knowledge of acoustics, a long history of working with Australia’s best neuroscientists, and three years of listening to and observing first hand … Continue reading Letter To Chair AAAC-2013

Letter To The AAAC- 2021

Attention: Executive Members Association of Australasian Acoustical Consultants Chairman:                           Richard Haydon Vice Chairman                  Gustaf Reutersward Treasurer                             Tim Reynolds Secretary                             Tim Trewin Communications              Matthew Stead Executive Member          Matthew Ottley Dear Executive Council Members, RE: Open Letter to the Association of Australasian Acoustical Consultants The Wind Farm Living Community of Moyne … Continue reading Letter To The AAAC- 2021

Gullen Range Wind Farm ‘Hopeless Mess’-2014

Gullen Range wind farm modification bid 8th September, 2014, Crookwell Gazette https://www.crookwellgazette.com.au/story/2544339/gullen-range-modification-bid-a-hopeless-mess-resident-tells-commission/ ONE of the 76 submissions from the public lodged with the Commission investigating the Gullen Range wind firm’s application to modify its approvals has described the application as “a hopeless mess.” A large crowd attended the public meeting held at the Crookwell Services … Continue reading Gullen Range Wind Farm ‘Hopeless Mess’-2014

Human Rights And Wind Energy Projects-Part 3.

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.

Human Rights And Wind Energy Projects-Part 1.

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.