Tag: Global Wind Day
5th Annual Global Wind Day on June 15th
Don Ross, member of the County Sustainability Group (CSG), a gathering of Prince Edward County residents with a common interest and desire to bring sustainability challenges to public attention, was once again this year’s Global Wind Day Ambassador. (more…)
4th Annual Global Wind Day on June 15th
Here are some simple, verifiable facts about wind energy around the planet, to update you since our previous Global Wind Day report in 2011. To learn more about the many celebrations of wind energy happening all around the world on June 15th, you can go to this site, http://www.globalwindday.org/about-wind-day
Global Wind Day 2012 – Wind in Mind – International Photo Competition
In the run-up to Global Wind Day on June 15th – the annual day promoting the power of the wind energy around the world – photographers are invited to let their imaginations take the lead and show wind energy technology in a new way, in line with the competition title, “Wind in Mind”.
Discovering the power of wind around the world
Thousands of people around the world held events to celebrate wind energy and its environmental, social and economic benefits during the third annual Global Wind Day on June 15, 2011. Global Wind Day 2011 was a huge success. With over 230 events in over 40 countries around the world, it was bigger than ever before.
I celebrated Global Wind Day in Stevensville, ON.
DMI Inc. opened their doors to show their wind turbine tower production line. It takes about a week of rolling, welding, sandblasting and painting steel into the finished product. Since 2006, DMI has employed 180 local people at their Fort Erie manufacturing plant, producing about 300 wind turbine towers a year. The community embraces Wind Energy.
3rd Annual Global Wind Day on June 15
As we progress into the 2nd decade of this 21st Century, there are moments when we need to look beyond our own small borders to celebrate the astonishing advances being made around the globe in the production of safe and clean electricity for our civilizations. The old 20th Century methods of generating power from non-renewable sources which contribute to global warming, climate change, air pollution and health problems, are fortunately fading into the past.
A challenge from Don Ross on Global Wind Day
I would like to propose a simple challenge to all of my fellow Friends of Wind for this year’s World Wind Day on June 15th. I’ve heard it said by a long serving retired provincial MP, who I greatly respect, that politicians rarely receive hand written letters in the mail from their constituents.