Wind Wise Radio interviews: Canadians on Health Study, Folks in MI, NJ, VT
WWR will interview Carmen Krogh and Barbara Ashbee about this open comment period for the planned study to “explore the relationship between wind turbine noise and health effects reported by, and objectively measured in, people living near wind power developments.” This is a joint effort of Health Canada and Statistics Canada.
Carmen Krogh is a retired pharmacist with more than 40 years of experience in health. She has held senior executive positions at a major teaching hospital, aprofessional association and Health Canada. She was a former Director of Publications and Editor-in-chief of the Compendium of Pharmaceutical and Specialties (CPS), the book used in Canada by physicians, nurses and other health professions for prescribing information on medication. Carmen has written and spoken extensively about the social and health impacts of industrial scale wind turbines. Carmen serves on the Board of Directors of The Society for Wind Vigilance.
Barbara Ashbee and her family were forced to abandon their home when their health suffered after huge turbines were sited too close. Barbara has been advocating for wind turbine victims for years.
In Michigan,WWR will speak to Josh Van Camp to find out more about a wind association’s (Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association) advise to government employees to delete emails related to a potential recommendation to lower Michigan’s noise level limit for wind turbines
In New Jersey, WWR will speak to Bill Heller about the injunction issued Wednesday to halt construction of the Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority’s wind turbine.
in Vermont, WWR will speak to Luke Snelling (executive director of Energize Vermont) about the discrepancies between Governor Shumlin’s assessment and the facts on the ground at Lowell Mountain, protesters attempted to block the delivery of turbine parts.