John Gamblin <>
Wed, 12 Sep 2001 00:49:41 -0700 (PDT)
I've been reading about the plight of the white tailed
eagle in Norway, and I wonder is there such a body
that covers the safety aspects for the construction of
wind turbines? not only here in Australia but
worldwide perhaps? would anyone know if it's covered
by any section of the UN? I know of more then one
project here in Australia and what I was thinking was?
what would happen if a turbine blade became
disconnected and crossed a state border? causing
damage to property and wildlife?
Thank you to everyone for all your kind thoughts,
words and phone calls.
John finally going to bed, get out of there Eggy.
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