Wind Farms Will Hardly Hamper Your Health
The existence of the so-called “Wind Turbine Syndrome” has been straightforwardly deflated by the Climate and Health Alliance (CAHA) of Australia.
The Alliance, which is a union of health care stakeholders having membership with the Royal College of Nursing Australia, Australian Council of Social Service, medical officials from Environment Australia and World Vision, has recently shared its comments and opinion on account of various unpleasant health effects linked to exposure of wind turbines for humans.
Derived from the recommendation given by the scientific advisory group of the organization, the position of CAHA has in actual fact reaffirmed the true enigma of energy generation by the means of renewable recourses. The main idea has now gone clear: “We can easily get safe and extremely healthy substitutes to the rapidly depleting fossil fuels by making better use of renewable recourses like wind energy, water energy, and more”.
While expressing the need of better utilization of renewable resources for energy generation, along with mentioning its advantages that have clearly debunked the belief of wind energy being harmful for humans, Fiona Armstrong, the Convenor of CAHA, claimed, “There is no credible peer reviewed scientific evidence that demonstrates a link between wind turbines and direct adverse health impacts in people living in proximity to them”.
Quite the opposite, the energy generation in Australia at present mainly depends on fossils fuels like coal and various gases, which are burnt for producing energy. But into the bargain, burning of these sorts of fossil fuels, apart from depleting them in the years to come, heavily contribute in causing a variety of climatic changes, and all of those changes need not necessarily be beneficial for mankind or for the existence of life on earth. In special case of burning coal for the production of energy in thermal power plants: the process is rapidly creating noteworthy changes to the human health.
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