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Rare earth processing plant in ChinaRare earth processing plant in ChinaJul 11, 2012
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Toxic tailings pond at rare earth processing plant in ChinaToxic tailings pond at rare earth processing plant in ChinaJul 11, 2012
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High Sheldon Wind, N.Y.High Sheldon Wind, N.Y. - photo by courtesy of "Wyoming County" (Picasa)Jul 09, 2012
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High Sheldon Wind, N.Y.High Sheldon Wind, N.Y. - photo by courtesy of "Wyoming County" (Picasa)Jul 09, 2012
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High Sheldon Wind, N.Y.High Sheldon Wind, N.Y. - photo by courtesy of "Wyoming County" (Picasa)Jul 09, 2012
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Little Cheyne Court on the Romney MarshesLittle Cheyne Court on the Romney Marshes East of Rye and North of Camber, in East Sussex near the Kent border. Each of the 26 Nordex N90 wind turbines at the site is 377ft (115m) high and weighs over 275 tonnes. The site was built by Npower at a cost of £50million, and was officially opened in 2009. Photo by courtesy of Oast House Archive.Jul 06, 2012
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Little Cheyne Court, U.K.Photo by courtesy of RWE InnogyJul 06, 2012
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Seven Trees Road near Hallett, South AustraliaSeven Trees Road near Hallett, South Australia - Suzlon S-88 V3 2.1-MW turbines, 125 m tall - proposed to have around 200 turbines when the 5 stages are complete. Hallett 1-4 are currently operating, but have had significant noise issues. 16 turbines of the 34 turbines at Hallett 2 were turned off at night because of tonality issues, now supposedly fixed, but according to locals, as noisy as ever. Photos by Mary Morris, Eudunda.Jul 04, 2012
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Seven Trees Road near Hallett, South AustraliaSeven Trees Road near Hallett, South Australia - Suzlon S-88 V3 2.1-MW turbines, 125 m tall - Proposed to have around 200 turbines when the 5 stages are complete. Hallett 1-4 are currently operating, but have had significant noise issues. 16 turbines of the 34 turbines at Hallett 2 were turned off at night because of tonality issues, now supposedly fixed, but according to locals, as noisy as ever. Photos by Mary Morris, Eudunda.Jul 04, 2012
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Wind turbines in Kingston, MassachusettsWind turbines in Kingston, Massachusetts - photo by Greg Dreg, The Patriot LedgerJun 28, 2012
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Wind power refugeesDrawing by Marion Chapman, Australia - the artist has given her permission for people to use it to make posters or in any other form of communication to educate the public about the harm inflicted by industrial windJun 25, 2012
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Ridges are not renewable!Lowell Mountain, Vermont - by courtesy of grandpasknobwind.wordpress.comJun 16, 2012
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