New website on the “human face” of wind in Ontario
A new website has been launched called the Human Face of Wind, which documents the stories of people and communities that are now living with wind power generation projects in Ontario.
The website features real-life accounts of what the local wind power projects have done to families and communities.
The host has also travelled extensively in Ontario and taken pictures—these are a far cry from the media photos (supplied by the wind industry) of single turbines all alone in a field, far from homes or schools or other buildings.
Visit the site today at: http://www.humanfaceofwindturbines.ca/
Turbines loom over Wolfe Island