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Date added:  March 25, 2020
Environment, WildlifePrint storyE-mail story

Renewable energy development threatens many globally important biodiversity areas

Author:  Rehbein, Jose; et al. | Environment, Wildlife

Abstract— Transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable energy is fundamental for halting anthropogenic climate change. However, renewable energy facilities can be land‐use intensive and impact conservation areas, and little attention has been given to whether the aggregated effect of energy transitions poses a substantial threat to global biodiversity. Here, we assess the extent of current and likely future renewable energy infrastructure associated with onshore wind, hydropower and solar photovoltaic generation, within three important conservation areas: protected areas (PAs), Key Biodiversity . . .

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Date added:  March 10, 2020
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Dixie the Dolphin

Author:  Ward, Lyndsey | Environment, Wildlife

Dixie was a happy creature. She played and swam with her friends in the shimmering silvery blue sea. She loved jumping into the air, flicking her tail in pure joy and diving back down to the watery depths. Life was good, so very good. The seabirds swooped above her and the seals played chase me under the waves. The sea sparkled with life and happiness. Little boats would come out with tourists waving and taking pictures of Dixie and her . . .

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Date added:  March 5, 2020
Noise, Ontario, RegulationsPrint storyE-mail story

Industrial Wind Turbine Seismic Source

Author:  West, Michael | Noise, Ontario, Regulations

Introduction Despite their generally positive reputation as sources of clean, safe energy, Industrial Wind Turbines (IWTs) do have their critics. For years, residents living in the vicinity of IWT clusters have reported a variety of physical ailments which they attribute to the sounds and vibrations emanating from wind turbines (Kelley, 1985; CBC.ca, 2011). Noise bylaws, setback distances and other regulations applied to IWTs appear to be based on analysis methods used historically with industrial applications, where noise tends to be . . .

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Date added:  March 4, 2020
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Wind Lease and Easement Agreement

Author:  Invenergy Wind Development | Contracts, South Dakota

Deuel County, State of South Dakota Download original document: “Invenergy Wind Lease and Easement Agreement”

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