This important study examines the migration corridor of North American golden eagles. The findings are intended to inform where to site wind energy facilities and other development in order to avoid and minimize impacts on eagles. The conclusion of the report is provided below. The full report can be accessed by clicking the links on this page.
Documents from Mexico
This informative essay describes the reasons for opposition to wind power development in Mexico.
This important decision by the U.S. District Court of the Southern District in California found that the Department of Energy failed to follow NEPA when it issued a permit to construct a transmission line that crossed over from Mexico into the United States. The Court order that since the U.S. portion of the Line and the Mexican portion of the Line were literally "two links of a single chain" connecting the Substation to the ESJ Wind Farm, the DOE was required to consider the impacts of the project on Mexico. Portions of the decision are shown below. The full report can be accessed by clicking the document link on this page.
This useful paper provides a detailed review of wind energy development in southern Mexico and the resulting opposition to the projects. Excerpts of the paper are provided below. The full paper can be accessed by selecting the links on this page.