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Redeye Collective | Dozens of anti-wind organizations have sprung up following the imposition of large-scale renewable projects on rural communities. Community-owned power projects could turn that opposition around.
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David Suzuki | A Health Canada study finds no measurable association between wind turbine noise and sleep disturbance and disorders, illnesses and chronic health conditions, or stress and quality-of-life issues.
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David Suzuki | The last passenger pigeon died 100 years ago, on September 1, 1914. They were hunted to extinction, but more than 1,200 bird species face extinction today because of other human activities.
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David Suzuki | A new study shows that one in eight bird species is in danger of disappearing. That would be a disaster, but it's not too late to prevent it.
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Pro Bono, Brian Iler, Kirsten Iler | Given the scientific consensus that wind turbines are not dangerous to human health, it is time to shift focus to a real issue: fixing wind energy policy to increase community power in Canada.
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David Suzuki | Alarming campaigns about the supposed health impacts of wind-power installations may themselves be to blame for the perceived negative effects.
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David Suzuki | Germany recently met half its energy needs with solar power and is showing the world that renewable energy is a viable solution.
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Darcy Higgins | Wind generators will be stilled during surplus periods due to contracts that favour older natural gas plants.
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Ralph Surette | The government's renewable electricity plan, unveiled a week ago, raises consciousness much higher than what we've been used to.
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Ralph Surette | Big wind farms in financial or deadline trouble are almost daily fare on the business pages these days. Here's stuff we should know while we still have time to reset our options.
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Ralph Surette | I was taken aback earlier by the news that a deal had been struck whereby Hydro-Quebec would more or less take over NB Power. What did it mean, especially for Nova Scotia?
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Ralph Surette | The first test of an energy policy for the new age is not "alternative energy" at all -- but rather conservation first, then energy efficiency and decentralization of the power structure.