Wind health impacts have been dismissed in courts across the globe. This Energy and Policy Institute report assesses legal cases in five English-speaking countries pertaining to wind energy. The intent is to provide clarity in assessing potential legal liability, and to identify the weaknesses of evidence and expertise that are common in health-related suits against wind farms. 

By Mike Barnard, Senior Fellow on Wind Energy. Edited by Gabe Elsner and Matt Kasper.

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Download our entire report (.pdf) here or read on the web below. 

Foreword - Simon Chapman AO PhD FASSA Hon FFPHM (UK), Professor of Public Health, University of Sydney


Overview of Court Cases
Court Cases in Australia
Court Cases in Canada
Court Cases in New Zealand
Court Cases in United Kingdom
Court Cases in United States

Challenge of Inexpert Experts
Wind Health Expert Ethics Challenges
Falmouth Wind Farm Case: The Outlier

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