Archive: Precautionary Principle (11)

Archived articles are listed below from most to least recent. You will find links to even older posts beneath the list.

Evans, A. Environmental Noise Pollution: Has Public Health Become Too Utilitarian?

Evans, A. (2017) Environmental Noise Pollution: Has Public Health Become too Utilitarian? Open Journal of Social Sciences, 5, 80–109. https://doi.org/10.4236/jss.2017.55007 May 12, 2017 Abstract Environmental noise pollution is an ever-increasing problem. The various sources: Aircraft, Road Traffic … Read On »

Devlin, C. Freedom From Unwarranted Experimentation

Devlin, Curt (2017) Freedom from Unwarranted Experimenta– tion. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 5, 23–48. https://doi.org/10.4236/jss.2017.55003 May 9, 2017 Abstract This is a declaration of the fundamental human right of all people, simply by virtue of being … Read On »

Punch, James A Four-Decade History of Evidence: Wind Turbines Pose Risks

Wind Turbine Noise and Human Health: A Four-Decade History of Evidence that Wind Turbines Pose Risks “The reviewed evidence overwhelmingly supports the notion that acoustic emissions from Industrial Wind Turbines is a leading cause of Adverse Health … Read On »

Thorne, Dr B. Relevance of Precautionary Principle to Wind Farm Noise Planning

Inter.Noise 2014 November, Melbourne Australia The Relevance of the Precautionary Principle to wind farm noise planning Bob THORNE Noise Measurement Services Pty Ltd, Australia ABSTRACT Wind farms consist of clusters of industrial wind turbines which, when … Read On »

Metcalfe, V.C.K. To ACNC in Support of Waubra Foundation

There comes a point where it will become obvious to populations everywhere that their best interests are not being served. We are at that point. Dear Commissioner Pascoe, I hope that you will consider the following view … Read On »

Pierpont, N to Diego Loredan, Civil Initiative for Protection of Senofoska Brda

The clinical literature, including publications by the World Health Organization on health effects from infrasound exposure, typically use the word that Dr. Kelley used in his reports to the US Department of Energy — “annoyance.” It’s … Read On »

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Evans, Prof. Emeritus Alun. To Dismiss Any Adverse Effects is Absurd in View of the Mounting Evidence

Professor Emeritus Alun Evans Visiting Senior Research Fellow Centre for Public Health The Queen’s University of Belfast President of the … Read On »

Wind Energy Projects — A Moral Dilemma

Wind Projects, the Moral Dilemma — A Rational Solution Put simply the moral dilemma is: Should State governments allow wind projects to continue operating in the present mode and/or honour permits for yet unbuilt projects in … Read On »

McMurtry, Facilitating a Clinical Diagnosis

Robert Y. McMurtry Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society, July 2011 Toward a case definition of adverse health effects in the environs of industrial wind turbines: Facilitating a Clinical Diagnosis Internationally, there are reports of adverse health effects … Read On »