Last update: February 28, 2017 We are now 160 Friends against wind

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The Earthen Pot against the Iron Pot
The Earthen Pot against the Iron Pot

One day or another, we all face a wind project more or less close to our home.

When this happens, and once the surprise is over, we begin asking ourselves some questions, such as:

  • What will be the impact on our village environment?
  • What will be the impact on our health?
  • What will be the impact on wildlife, especially birds and bats?
  • What will be the cost-effectiveness of the wind turbines?

Now, information becomes crucial in order to defend our threatened environment. The Internet is a great help.

We find ourselves attending all Council meetings of our village and surrounding villages!

But we soon understand that information is not enough to be able to fight against a wind project.
Indeed, our fight is that of the Earthen Pot against the Iron Pot.

Then one thing becomes obvious: we must found an association. It is very simple to do and it does not cost much.

The association may sue, as long as its statutes contain a clause allowing it.

United we stand, divided we fall.
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The association would do well to join a national or international federation to potentially benefit
from assistance.

United we stand, divided we fall.

The whole team of Friends against wind wishes you
every success in your fight against the scourge of
wind turbines.

We hope you will find our website useful.

On behalf of Friends against wind,

Dominic Mette

info@friends-against-wind.org

United we stand, divided we fall.