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Environmental effects of wind power - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In his book Wind Energy Comes of Age, Paul Gipe estimated that the mortality rate for wind power from 1980-1994 was 0.4 deaths per terawatt-hour.[55][56] Paul Gipe's estimate as of end 2000 was 0.15 deaths per TWh, a decline attributed to greater total cumulative generation.


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by ceebs (ceebs (at) eurotrib (dot) com) on Mon Mar 14th, 2011 at 07:15:43 AM EST
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Environmental effects of nuclear power - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A 2004 article from the BBC states: "The World Health Organization (WHO) says 3 million people are killed worldwide by outdoor air pollution annually from vehicles and industrial emissions, and 1.6 million indoors through using solid fuel."[21] In the U.S. alone, fossil fuel waste kills 20,000 people each year.[22] A coal power plant releases 100 times as much radiation as a nuclear power plant of the same wattage.[23] It is estimated that during 1982, US coal burning released 155 times as much radioactivity into the atmosphere as the Three Mile Island accident.[24] The World Nuclear Association provides a comparison of deaths due to accidents among different forms of energy production. In their comparison, deaths per TW-yr of electricity produced from 1970 to 1992 are quoted as 885 for hydropower, 342 for coal, 85 for natural gas, and 8 for nuclear.[25]


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by ceebs (ceebs (at) eurotrib (dot) com) on Mon Mar 14th, 2011 at 07:17:19 AM EST
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