While citing the need for more rigorous research, an official Australian review of the current science finds no credible evidence of ill health from wind farms.
A “New York” magazine article takes a rare, nuanced look at the issue of wind turbines and their possible effects on those who live near them, says EarthTechling’s Pete Danko.
Wind energy opponents often claim nearby turbines will send home values plummeting, but a new U.S. study says it just ain’t so.
Vestas, saying it can no longer sit by and let Aussie anti-wind zealots hijack the policy discussion, launches a public campaign in defense of wind.
After a state report shows some instances of excessive noise, Fairhaven, Mass., votes to shut down two 1.5 megawatt wind turbines between 7 p.m. and 7 a.m.
A German kid and her dad rebut the fears of wind turbine noise with a cool new video.
When it comes to wind power, we have to be careful to sort fiction from fact on impacts to things like the environment, animals and possible effects on health.
Aussie researcher Simon Chapman says a look at wind farm complaints backs up the theory that so-called wind turbine syndrome is a “communicated” disease.
More testing will be done, but so far a South Australia look into low-frequency noise seems to be one more nail in the coffin of “wind turbine syndrome.”
Midwest Energy News reports on Stephen Colbert recently taking on the topic of wind turbine syndrome on his popular late night Comedy Central show.
Instead of reviewing the literature on wind turbines and their impact on human health, Canada plans to conduct actual new scientific research.