MP3: Rulings show no link between wind turbines and poor health

27.11.2013

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Rulings show no link between wind turbines and poor health MP3

Proponents of wind energy have had a victory with two bodies in Victoria and South Australia ruling wind farms don't cause health problems. Some opponents of wind farms claim low frequency sounds can be dangerous to people's health. Source: abc.net.au

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