Videos filed under Impact on People
Mr. Parisi lives within a mile of the operating wind turbines on Georgia Mountain in Vermont. The project consists of four Goldwind turbines each with a capacity of 2.5 MW for a total of 10 MW.
Down Wind is a documentary film project about the destructive impact of wind turbines being forced into communities across Ontario, Canada. The film is due to be completed by June, 2014. Contributions to the effort can be made here.
Locals in South Australia’s Mid North are banking on independent research to confirm their claims about health effects of living near wind farms. Marija Jovanovic reports.
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.
This powerful trailer to the documentary "An Ill Wind" tells the story of the relentless march of industrial-scale wind turbines across the countryside and the effects on the landscape.
Sue Hobart filed a nuisance complaint against her town after experiencing headaches.
This video introduces you to those families who are sentenced to living life with the noise, flicker and adverse health effects of the Fairhaven Wind project. This is a powerful documentary that should be viewed by those who feel a calling to support their neighbors and those who have concerns about a "Wind Friendly" Board of Health opening Fairhaven's doors to increased wind development. Louise Barteau took to the neighborhoods and spends time with those who have been directly impacted. You'll hear the touching stories of these families in their own words. Duration: 45 minutes
Invenergy's California Ridge Wind Farm sited in Vermilion county Illinois has produced significant impacts on the health and quality of life of residents living near the turbines. Those impacted tell their story in their own words. The wind industry insists that wind turbines are no louder than a the refigerator in a home or the quiet of one's livingroom. Watch the video and draw your own conclusion.
Residents of Ocotillo were informed that the turbines at Pattern Energy's Ocotillo wind facility would be as quite as being in a library. This video says otherwise. The noise when more than one turbine is operating is notably loud. Duration: 44 seconds
Wind developer, NextERA, sues Ontario resident Esther Wrightman for her opposition to wind energy development near her home and Esther's tools of satire to help express her concerns. Duration: 19 minutes 21 seconds
Testimony on living near First Wind's 16 Clipper Wind Turbines in Sheffield, Vermont. Duration: 10 minutes
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Huge wind turbines are dotting the landscape in New York and Massachusetts, producing megawatts of green energy. So why would people living near these giant windmills want them out?
Duration: 4 minutes 23 seconds Clean Wisconsin takes that position because there are no "peer-reviewed" studies that link inaudible noise levels to human illness. "Their argument is a fallacy," countered Sen. Lasee. "Their argument just justifies their actions. Their argument just keeps them getting paid. And I think they're wrong-headed on this." Sen. Lasee is now pushing for more regulations on wind energy that could limit its future growth even more. "What I'd like to do is at the very least, follow the lead of Australia and have a mile and a quarter setback from anybody's property line," said Sen. Lasee.
The nineteen turbine Hoosac wind facility (28.5 megawatts) owned and operated by Iberdrola Renewables makes its presence known to a community in the harshest way -- through noise emissions and strobing shadows. Duration: 8 seconds
Political ad exposes Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for his support of industrial wind energy development. Duration: 30 seconds
Melissa and Rikki talk about life among the wind turbines at Cape Bridgewater in Victoria, Australia. Duration: 9 minutes 5 seconds
An education and advocacy session for the greater Scituate MA community, was held on Saturday, March 23, 2013, hosted by the neighbors affected by the Scituate Industrial Wind Turbine.
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 excerpt of Andrew Gregg's documentary, Wind Rush, offers powerful insight into the impacts of living near industrial scale wind turbines. Duration: 14 minutes 17 seconds