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Discarded wind turbine bladesDiscarded wind turbine blades (non-recyclable fiberglass), to be buried in the landfill in Casper, WyomingJul 31, 2019
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Eagle dead after wind turbine injuryFarmer with the dead eagle found near Waterloo Wind Farm - photo by Vanessa HunterJul 22, 2019
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No hunting. No shooting. Danger high voltage.Colorado Highlands Wind: No hunting. No shooting. Danger high voltage. Photo by Gerald Duffy.Jun 12, 2019
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Graveyard of broken wind turbine blades near Roscoe, TexasMay 19, 2019

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Concrete and rebar base for relatively small 268-feet-tall wind turbineThis concrete and rebar base is for a relatively small 268-feet-tall wind turbine - photo by Pete Holden, 2011
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Cefn Croes, WalesCefn Croes, Wales
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Jiminy Peak, MassachusettsJiminy Peak, Massachusetts
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Large concrete base for a wind turbineThe large concrete base for a wind turbine - via Amici della Terra / Friends of the Earth Italy
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Wind turbine fire in Boone County, IowaWind turbine fire near Beaver in Boone County, Iowa, May 24, 2018 - from video by KCCI
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Jiminy Peak, MassachusettsJiminy Peak, Massachusetts
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Kibby Mountain, MaineIn addition to 44 3-MW, 410-ft-high wind turbines, power collection lines and access roads, the project will include a 28-mile 115-kilovolt transmission line to the existing grid. Each section of the towers is about 87 ft. This was undisturbed forest habitat.
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“We still say no to Ceres wind farm”“We still say no to Ceres wind farm” - mural by Graham Lang

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