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Wind projects often affect local wildlife, and researchers are working hard to alleviate or resolve some of the negative impacts.

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CurioCity resources which align with Quebec's Secondary IV Applied Science and Technology content area: The Earth and Space.

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Energy production from offshore wind turbines is normally higher than from land-based turbines.

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Recent studies suggest that negative health impacts may have more to do with anti-wind energy campaigns than with wind energy itself.

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Animated EnergyNow correspondent "Little Lee Patrick Sullivan" explains how the wind can be used to generate power, including where wind comes from, its history as a power source.

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Wind power is a great source of clean renewable energy! Watch this video to learn more about how wind turbines work.

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Wind turbines were developed to capture the kinetic energy of moving air by slowing it down and transforming its energy into electrical energy.

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