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International Symposium

Loss of Social Justice?
The Waring House Inn and Conference Center, Picton, Prince Edward County, Ontario October 29-31, 2010

The Society for Wind Vigilance

is pleased to announce our first International Symposium called THE GLOBAL WIND INDUSTRY AND ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECTS: Loss of Social Justice?

This groundbreaking two day event will take place at the Waring House Inn and Conference Center on October 29-31, 2010 in Picton, Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada.

The Symposium will feature expert speakers from the United Kingdom, the United States and Canada who will provide important information relating to health issues reported by people living too close to industrial wind developments. International experts including Dr. Christopher Hanning, M.D. (U.K.), Michael Nissenbaum, M.D. (U.S.A.), John Harrison, Ph.D. (Can) and Arline Bronzaft, Ph.D. (U.S.A.) will discuss the affects of wind turbine noise on sleep, impacts on children and the urgent need for human health research.

Keynote speaker is Dr. Nina Pierpont, M.D., PhD.(U.S.A.).

Who should attend?

  • Rural and other health specialists
  • Professional Engineers
  • Acousticians
  • Policy advisors for Government health departments
  • Policy advisors for Government Renewable Energy strategies
  • Renewable energy specialists
  • Health correspondents
  • Public medical officers of health
  • Interested members of the public

For details and registration form please download this document:

Symposium Program and Registration Form

Click here to download the July 17, 2010 media release

Click here to get directions to the International Symposium at The Waring House Conference Centre

Click here to get VIA Rail booking information to Belleville, Ontario

Taxi service available from Belleville to The Waring House Conference Centre.

A number of victims have expressed interest in attending the International Symposium in October.

In response and in recognition of potential financial limitations, The Society for Wind Vigilance has adopted the policy of offering a special reduced registration fee of $75.00 to those victims.

This special fee includes the Saturday luncheon, but does not include other meals or accommodation. Billeting is available on request at no charge. This offer is on a first-come-first-serve basis. Space is limited.


VOW© (Victims of Wind), Barbara Ashbee, Co-coordinator or