Free Range Activism Website

If you want to understand climate change issues, this is a must.
Pro Wind Alliance
The Pro Wind Alliance (ProWA) is an association of local individuals and groups who are convinced that renewables are vital for the future and who are therefore in favour of developing properly designed local renewable generating capability. Covers Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Warwickshire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland.
Westmill Wind Farm Co-operative
Westmill Wind Farm Co-operative will build a community-owned wind farm on a former airfield in Watchfield on the border of Oxfordshire and Wiltshire.
Oxford University Environmental Change Institute: Wind Power and the UK Wind Resource
Report on wind power in the UK
Bradwell for Renewable Energy
Local Essex site in favour of renewable energy campaigning against BATTLE and SIEGE
The Guardian: Alarm over dramatic weakening of Gulf Stream
Slowing of current by a third in 12 years could bring more extreme weather
The Register: Britain’s wind power could be best in Europe
Article suggesting that the goverment target of 10% of the UK’s electricity to come from renewables could be met by wind alone.
George Monbiot
Authority on environmental issues. Guardian columnist.
South-west Cumbria anti-wind power website run by David Brierley. Myths on this website are dispelled here.
BATTLE (Bradwell And Tillingham Tackling Lost Environment)
Anti-windfarm pressure group based in east Essex. Lots of very questionable claims.
Southminster Inhabitants Environment Group Enterprise
Another east Essex group campaigning against a planned windfarm. Very slow to load.
British Wind Energy Association
Just that.
Claims to be a balanced site highlighting the issue of windfarms
Wind Farm News
Links to numerous and varied UK reports relating to wind farms.
Country Guardian
Anti-windfarm site. Long on claims but short on substance. The BWEA have a page dealing with the misinformation on the Country Guardian site.
Good Energy
UK wind energy supply company
UK wind energy supply company
Energy4All was formed in 2002 to expand the number of renewable energy co-operatives throughout Scotland, England, and Wales as an integral part of our transition to a low carbon economy.

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