NOISE BULLETIN SEPT/OCTOBER 2017 by kind permission of Jack Pease

  NOISE FEATURE Turbine trouble in Scotland Applications for wind turbines may have nose dived but that still leaves existing turbines hitting legal problems, finds Lis Stedman The Scottish government’s keenness on renewable energy is well documented and, many would say, commendable. One inevitable result, however, has been a proliferation of wind turbines and, with
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David v Goliath: UN tells Scotland ‘help citizens fight super-rich developers’ – Herald

Exclusive by Rob Edwards SCOTLAND is facing a reprimand by the United Nations this week for failing to give communities the power to fight ‘David and Goliath’ battles against damaging building developments by big companies. A report to the UN on access to environmental justice criticises the Scottish Government for breaching commitments to ensure that
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