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AWWI Director of Research Taber Allison Co-Authors New Review on Conserving Eagles while Developing Wind Energy

(September 25, 2017) As wind energy expands to meet emissions reduction goals, so do proposed options to conserve golden eagles, raising the question: What is the best strategy for...

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NWCC Webinar: Summary and Synthesis of the Latest Knowledge on Wind Energy and Wildlife

(July 5, 2017) NWCC is hosting a webinar on July 18 on Summary and Synthesis of the Latest Knowledge on Wind Energy and Wildlife...

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AWWI’s 2018-2020 National Wind Wildlife Research Plan Now Online

(June 28, 2017) AWWI’s 2018-2020 National Wind Wildlife Research Plan is now available online. This Plan highlights what we have learned about wind-wildlife issues and what questions need to be addressed, and...

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The Proceedings of the Wind Wildlife Research Meeting XI are Now Available

(May 15, 2017) The Proceedings of the eleventh Wind Wildlife Research Meeting are now available for download. Read about the Proceedings and the meeting on the NWCC website....

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NWCC Webinar: Upcoming Research on Eagle Impact Minimization Technologies Supported by the U.S. Department of Energy

(May 11, 2017) NWCC is hosting a webinar on May 19 on Upcoming Research on Eagle Impact Minimization Technologies....

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Bats and Wind Turbines: New Study Underscores Threat to Migratory Bats and Importance of Solutions to Avoid and Reduce Impacts

(February 24, 2017) A study published in Biological Conservation warns that, in the absence of conservation measures, wind energy development may pose a substantial threat to migratory bats in...

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AWWI’s 2017 Priorities: Advancing Wind-Wildlife Solutions Through Strategic Program Investments

(February 7, 2017) The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) is moving ahead with our 2017 program – increasing investment in technology verification, a new focus on bats, and the...

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AWWI Announces 2017 Board Leadership

(January 11, 2017) The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI), a collaborative partnership of leaders in the wind energy industry, wildlife management agencies, and science and environmental organizations, is pleased...

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