Videos filed under Impact on People from Europe
Sleep disturbances and burnout are strikingly frequent near multitudinous wind turbines in Ostfriesland. Such serious illness has long-term consequences. Unfortunately, no interest is shown by politicians or official agencies.
Video by the German Association for Noise Pollution Protection of Humans and Animals (Deutsche Schutz-Gemeinschaft Schall für Mensch und Tier - DSGS e.V.). English translation by NA-PAW.org — Subtitles by Friends-Against-Wind.org. “Unexplained medical emergencies and illness. As in the case of increased medical emergencies, accidents, and psychological symptoms with foehn (hot southerly winds on the northern slopes of the Alps [translator: similar to Chinooks]), the same is true for residents near wind turbines.”
Important 28-minute documentary by the science program “planet e.” presented on the second German television ZDF. Special thanks to Friends Against Wind for bringing this to our attention.
This news segment from the German television program “Hessenschau” examines how all wind turbines in Hesse in Germany must be checked because of the noise they make. THe show aired on August 8, 2018. English subtitles are by Vind-Alarm-Danmark.eu and Friends-Against-Wind.org.
France, host of the U.N. climate conference, prides itself on being one of the world’s top innovators in wind energy technology, and wind turbines have become a symbol of the country’s commitment to clean energy. But the French government is coming under fire from farmers and others who say the proximity of some of the turbines is hurting wildlife and cattle. VOA Europe Correspondent Luis Ramirez went to a dairy farm in the northern Picardy region to get one farmer’s story
Interview of Heimke and Pieter Hogeveen. Extract from the German television programme Unter uns | MDR Fernsehen | October 23, 2015 English subtitles by vind-alarm-danmark.eu
“You cannot smell it, you cannot see it, and you cannot really hear it but maybe it still drives some people crazy.” This powerful news story from Spiegel TV Magazine explores wind turbine infrasound impacts on people. English subtitles added by Friends Against Wind.
In Germany, wind turbines have turned countryside sites into industrial areas. Do we want the same in our country? English subtitles by Friends against wind. Video made by the citizen's group Weitblick Ostfriesland: http://weitblick-ostfriesland.de
This investigative report by Armel Joubert des Ouches examines the spread of wind turbines throughout France. He calls on the French people, the politicians and ecologists who have remained somewhat honest, to put a stop to this monstrous boondoggle whose consequences will become rapidly irreparable. The English subtitles were prepared by Friends Against Wind.
Geriş, is a village located in the hills above Yalıkavak and Gerişaltı (Lower Geriş) in Turkey. A wind energy facility is proposed for the mountains. The people of this area oppose the siting for the project and tell the story in this video.
Denmark is one of the world biggest producers of wind energy. 30% of its energy production is based on the wind turbines. But are there any consequences to be considered about the noise that these wind turbines produce? Are they harmful for the human health?
'Wind Farms Noise: The sacrifice of the rural minorities' is the presentation by Mike Stigwood delivered to delegates attending the Scotland Against Spin conference, held on the 24th November in Stirling.
RTE News interviews Michael and Dorothy Keane from County Roscommon where they speak about living beside two 100 meter high wind turbines. Duration: 2 minutes 35 seconds
This film is about the people who live near existing and planned wind farm developments, and their objections to them. These views have been dismissed as selfish NIMBYism by government, climate change activists and energy companies, but have critics of wind energy really been answered? Sponsored by the Europe for Freedom and Democracy group in the European Parliament. For more information see: http://www.europesillwind.org/ Duration: 24 minutes 31 seconds
An impassioned plea from the residents of the Feldon Vale to stop the spread of industrial wind farms throughout South Warwickshire's rural landscape. Featuring the landscape photography of Warwickshire photographer Graham Bullock and CGI simulations of the proposed Starbold Wind Farm, next to the Burton Dassett Country Park. Duration: 6 minutes 5 seconds
Instances of excessive noise of wind turbines at a family home located 950 meters from the Hadyard Hill Wind Power Plant. The Hadyard Hill wind facility is located in the Carrick district of South Ayrshire in Scotland. The project was commissioned in March 2006 and consists of fifty-two 2.3 megawatt wind turbines. Duration: 3 minutes 47 seconds
The shadow flicker impact on buildings within the vicinity of a wind farm can be significant. This video demonstrates how homes and the prison at Gartree in the United Kingdom will be impacted for most of the day by flickering light. While sensors can be used to turn off the turbines when shadows cross over buildings, this would mean that these turbines would not be turning for a significant amount of time per year from the beginning of November to the end of January. Duration: 8 minutes 2 seconds
A Benington protest song in response to plans to build industrial wind turbines in Benington, an area of outstanding beauty. The video was filmed at the planned turbine site. 'Put it on a motorway, where it can be forgiven, or take it off the shore, just don't destroy this land.....' . Words and lyrics by Becky Godlee. Please support the campaign: visit www.stopbeningtonwindfarm.co.uk Duration: 6 minutes 25 seconds
A must see video clip documenting a Vestas turbine failure operating in Denmark. Formerly unreported is the degree to which turbine debris from the failed unit spread great distances from the site. Duration: 1 minute 41 seconds
Local residents of Cumbria (UK) expressing their anger about Wind Turbines installed in their community. This video is broken into 2 parts for quick viewing. Cumbria Wind Turbines: Part 1: 8 minutes 22 seconds Part 2: 8 minutes 21 seconds