Voices from Regional Vic: A big fuss over something few seem to understand

At the turn of the decade, the anti-wind lobby escalated its campaign of exaggeration, cherry-picking, and scare tactics. Just five years later, community members from regional Victoria are saying enough is enough. Ballarat local Xander Gray calls out those who perpetuate the … Continue reading Voices from Regional Vic: A big fuss over something few seem to understand

Voices from Regional Vic: NHMRC report supports no evidence claim

At the turn of the decade, the anti-wind lobby escalated its campaign of exaggeration, cherry-picking, and scare tactics. Just five years later, community members from regional Victoria are saying enough is enough. A recent letter to the editor by Sandra Hawkins … Continue reading Voices from Regional Vic: NHMRC report supports no evidence claim

Senator Bob Day and Wind Turbine Syndrome

This piece is by David Clarke. For more information see ramblingsdc.net There have been many reviews of the available evidence by the world’s public health bodies and studies published in health science journals. Not one of these has concluded that wind turbines … Continue reading Senator Bob Day and Wind Turbine Syndrome

Voices from Regional Vic: Enough with the anti-wind scare tactics

At the turn of the decade, the anti-wind lobby escalated its campaign of exaggeration, cherry-picking, and scare tactics. Just five years later, community members from regional Victoria are saying enough is enough. Ararat local, Russell Pearse, calls out the tactics … Continue reading Voices from Regional Vic: Enough with the anti-wind scare tactics

Wind Inquiry: Family First senator’s wind energy rhetoric out of step with medical experts

Family First Senator Bob Day has strayed beyond his area of expertise by lending weight to unsubstantiated claims wind energy is linked to adverse health impacts. Senator Bob Day, who is on the senate select committee on wind turbines, has asked … Continue reading Wind Inquiry: Family First senator’s wind energy rhetoric out of step with medical experts