Purple Turbine saves Collateral Animal Damage

November 15, 2010 § 3 Comments


November 15, 2010

inhabitat.com
Painting Wind Turbines Purple Will Save Wildlife
Timon Singh

Environmentalists have often criticized wind turbines on the grounds that they harm wildlife such as birds and bats who are caught in the blades. On the other hand, home owners have cited turbines as eye-sores that reduce the value of their property. Now, it appears that the wind turbine controversy is about to taken to a whole new level as researchers at Loughborough University in the UK announced that by painting turbines a different color, rather than the traditional white/grey, wildlife might not be affected. In short, they suggest that all turbines be painted purple.

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§ 3 Responses to Purple Turbine saves Collateral Animal Damage

  • Cheryl Geiger says:

    The text is entirely too small and the gray on black on this page is nearly impossible to read.

    • eisemanandassociates says:

      Cheryl
      I agree about the gray on black being hard to read. I haven’t figured out how to change the color and am having a little difficulty changing it. If you have any suggestions I greatly appreciate it. Thank you for taking the time to comment.

      • eisemanandassociates says:

        Also, if you click the image above the hard to read text it will take you to an easier to read version.
        Sorry about the problems. I think I will need to spend some time in a CSS class.

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