People who host wind turbines on their properties and derive rental
income from wind energy companies have important stories to tell about
living alongside turbines, but they’ve largely been absent from the
debate on wind farms and health. Australian filmmaker and researcher
Neil Barrett is finally giving this critical group a voice in his new
short film, The way the wind blows, released today.
In Barrett’s short film, 15 hosts and some of their neighbours from
the central Victorian district near the town of Waubra tell what it’s
like to live surrounded by large turbines.
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