Pure energy from industrial wind power has its gloomy drawbacks.
Troubling noise heard through the sounds of the television. Annoying shadows swaying over the landscape and through the windows into the rooms of your house.
Rotating movements in the landscape wherever you look. Flashing red or white warning lights in the sky at night.
A willful wind industry playing on the fear of global warming, climate change, and nuclear power. Without any serious consideration for neighbours who see their lives
smashed. The damages to nature and people bear no proportion to the production of electricity. Meanwhile, politicians turn both their blind eye and deaf ear to the wind
industry’s destruction of people’s quality of life.
Peter Skeel Hjorth, author and journalist, has written his book with considerable gusto. It should be required reading for all decision-makers in respect of wind
power. It’s most certainly useful reading for all present and future victims of their decisions.
OCCUPIED BY WIND puts into words the frustration and worries many of us feel when we are faced with industrial, land-based wind power.
Peter Skeel Hjorth
OCCUPIED BY WIND (Besat af vind)
The drawbacks of a green industry
Published by Saxo