Association Between Long-Term Exposure to Wind Turbine Noise and the Risk of Stroke: Data From the Danish Nurse Cohort

Background-—Epidemiological studies suggest that road traffic noise increases the risk of stroke. Similar effects may be expected from wind turbine noise (WTN) exposure, but epidemiological evidence is lacking. The present study investigated the association between long-term exposure to WTN and the risk for stroke https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Association-Between-Long%E2%80%90Term-Exposure-to-Wind-and-Br%C3%A4uner-J%C3%B8rgensen/fd99fee268204eb0f83998ff90d2c1fa47401b1d

‘Orwellian’ planning system means local voices are ignored, says Caithness councillor – John O’Groat Journal

By Alan Hendry A Caithness councillor has branded the planning system “broken, over-centralised and undemocratic” after being denied an opportunity to speak to Scotland’s energy minister about a major new wind farm in the county. Councillor Matthew Reiss says his experience of the controversial Limekiln Wind Farm application has convinced Read more…