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|Title: ||Wind power in the UK : a guide to the key issues surrounding onshore wind power development in the UK|
|Authors: ||Sustainable Development Commission|
|Keywords: ||Climate change|
Making government sustainable
Shaping sustainable places
|Issue Date: ||Nov-2005|
|Series/Report no.: ||SDC reports and papers|
|Abstract: ||This report aims to help policy-makers and planners balance genuine local concerns with wider environmental and social needs, thereby allowing the benefits of renewable energy to be realised through careful design and consultation.|
|Version: ||Publisher PDF|
Updated version. Previous version published May 2005.
|Description: ||This report is summarised in the Welsh language in 'Ynni gwynt : ateb eich cwestiynau'.|
This report is summarised in 'Wind power : your questions answered'.
|Rights: ||(c) Sustainable Development Commission|
|Publication Status: ||Published|
|Status: ||Peer reviewed|
|Publisher: ||Sustainable Development Commission|
|Appears in Collections:||Sustainable Development Commission Reports|
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