Shetland wind farm court verdict appeal – The Herald

THE Scottish Government is to appeal a court ruling to withdraw planning consent from a huge wind farm in Shetland. Lady Clark of Calton yesterday set aside the consent granted to the 103-turbine development by Scottish ministers in April last year, following a judicial review brought by campaign group Sustainable Shetland. Lady Clark held that
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‘Wind turbine syndrome’ can be prevented by the wonder drug called money/New Internationalist Magazine (see video “The Way the Wind Blows”)

People who host wind turbines on their properties and derive rental income from wind energy companies have important stories to tell about living alongside turbines, but they’ve largely been absent from the debate on wind farms and health. Australian filmmaker and researcher Neil Barrett is finally giving this critical group a voice in his new
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Scottish Power warning over energy tariff freeze – The Herald

John-Paul Ford Rojas THE head of energy giant Scottish Power has warned that a pledge by Labour to freeze tariffs could jeopardise billions of pounds-worth of investment and thousands of jobs. Keith Anderson, the Spanish-owned firm’s chief corporate officer, said the policy would sow “doubts and fears” about the sector. In a letter to Ed
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