The battle to protect health, our homes and environment knows no border, as renewable energy projects powered by wind globally continue to generate reports of harm. The WHO is currently reviewing its European noise guidelines and will include consideration of noise from wind turbines. Signatories from around the world are calling for careful review of these standards and are uniting those who are demanding protection and prevention of harm to health.
The international letter has been signed by health professionals, researchers and concerned individuals from around the world including Dr Robert McMurtry and Carmen Krogh of Canada, Dr Sarah Laurie of Australia, Dr Alun Evans of Scotland, and acoustician Jerry Punch of the United States, among many others. Wind Concerns Ontario has signed on behalf of its membership and has sent in a prior letter of comment to the WHO. http://www.windconcernsontario.ca/wind-concerns-joins-international-signatories-on-letter-to-who/
The campaign has been picked up by the media in the UK such as the article in the Press and Journal published on July 21, 2016 http://www.windsofjustice.org.uk/2016/07/health-campaigners-take-windfarm-battle-global/