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New Study Provides Most Comprehensive Analysis Ever of Bird Fatalities at Wind Energy Facilities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 15, 2014 Media Contact: Lauren Flinn, lflinn@awwi.org, 202-448-8780 New Study Provides Most Comprehensive Analysis Ever of Bird Fatalities at Wind Energy Facilities  Cell Towers, Buildings, Other...

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New Resource: Issue Brief on Prairie Grouse and Wind Energy

Need a concise summary of the issues surrounding prairie-chicken, sage-grouse, and wind energy? Look no further than the latest AWWI Issue Brief, which focuses on the current status of...

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AWWI Releases Request for Information on Detection and Deterrence Technologies

AWWI is announcing a Request for Information (RFI) regarding available and in-development technologies intended to detect and deter birds and/or bats in the vicinity of wind turbines. The purpose...

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AWWI Receives DOE WINDExchange Outstanding Partner Award

AWWI was honored to receive the Outstanding Partner Award from the U.S. Department of Energy WINDExchange program, presented at the WINDExchange Summit on May 5, 2014. The award was...

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AWWI Releases Call for Abstracts for NWCC Wind Wildlife Research Meeting X

AWWI has released the Call for Abstracts for the upcoming NWCC Wind Wildlife Research Meeting X, to be held in Broomfield, CO, the week of December 1, 2014. The call for...

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AWWI Publishes Climatic Change Paper: Thinking Globally and Siting Locally

Contact: Jennifer Witherspoon, AWWI communications, 415-298-0582, jenniferawitherspoon@gmail.com American Wind Wildlife Institute Publishes Climatic Change Paper: Thinking Globally and Siting Locally: Renewable Energy and Biodiversity in a Rapidly Warming World  (WASHINGTON...

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AWWI Releases National Eagle Research Framework

Calls for a national, hypothesis-driven research program on eagles and wind energy Washington, DC – The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) has released a framework for a national research...

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AWWI Releases Updated Summary of Wind-Wildlife Interactions

AWWI is pleased to announce the release of “Wind Turbine Interactions with Wildlife and their Habitats: A Summary of Research Results and Priority Questions.” This fact sheet summarizes what...

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