Tony Abbott has taken a stand against tall towers that cause all kinds of health problems. But the towers in question are mobile phone towers, and it's 1995. Ketan Joshi explains.
It hasn't been a good month for anti-wind farm campaigners, with courts calling out their nonsense for what it is, writes Professor Simon Chapman, director of research at the University of Sydney's School of Public Health.
Two BRW rich listers have donated thousands of dollars to prevent a feasibility study into a wind farm off the coast of Tasmania.
Anti-whaling group Sea Shepherd has been unable to secure tax-deductible status. What criteria are used to determine what charities are tax deductible and which are not? Crikey intern Virginia Millen investigates.
Medicare travails ... more from anti-wind-farm PR machine ... Tony won't need his budgie smugglers in Tassie today ...
The chaotic anti-wind farm lobby in Australia has always leaked like a sieve and a letter to the National Health and Medical Research Council, now in wide circulation, contains some revealing assertions, writes Professor Simon Chapman.
The various organisations that are at the forefront of wind farm opposition recently published eight papers in a special edition of an allegedly peer-reviewed journal you could be excused from never having heard of.
A network analysis of links between the principal voices involved in demonising wind farms in Australia has been circulating in recent weeks and reveals connections between some of the principal wind farm opponents.
The lobby group at the centre of promoting the idea that windfarms cause disease, the Waubra Foundation, last week moved its aggression needle up several notches by sending this melodramatic “Explicit Cautionary Notice” to Australia’s wind energy companies and putting them on notice.