UN victory grandmother attacks Alex Salmond over wind farms/The Telegraph

Christine Metcalfe, from Argyll, accused the First Minister of attempting to “bludgeon” local opposition to turbines and driving a pro-wind farm agenda like an “express train”. The 69-year-old said she was “relieved” a UN committee ruled in her favour this week that the UK Government acted illegally by denying the public decision-making powers over the
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UK’s wind farm policy in doubt after grandmother’s UN victory – The Herald

Rachel Watson A SCOTTISH grandmother has won a United Nations victory over the UK Government. Christine Metcalfe, from Argyll, appeared before the UN to argue that the British Government had failed to fully inform the public about the negative effects of wind farms. Mrs Metcalfe, who travelled to the UN in Geneva last December, discovered
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Agenda: Wind turbines and salmon farms damage the best of our country – The Herald

JENNY SCOBIE When visitors conjure up images of Scotland the chances are that golden eagles, grouse (especially if it’s on a whisky bottle), the majestic Scottish countryside and Atlantic salmon will feature prominently. Tourists visiting Scotland in their droves certainly do not come to see ugly wind farms blotting the landscape or salmon farms littering
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