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- KurzbeschreibungWindfarm construction in Scotland has increased with <br>government support for renewable energy in reducing <br>reliance on fossil fuels and their environmental <br>impact. However, communities and conservation groups <br>have debated the appropriateness of wind power to do <br>this. This thesis assesses the scope of public <br>perception and participation within wind farm <br>development. In summary individuals and groups were <br>found to justify their opinions for or against wind <br>power using a number of arguments although their <br>attitudes were frequently driven by aesthetic <br>considerations of contemporary land use. The most <br>notable example of this was landscape quality and <br>its related influence on house prices. Thus, <br>acceptability of wind power changed from site to <br>site depending on the local land use context and <br>perceived socio-economic impacts or benefits. <br>Environmental expert perceptions held that public <br>attitudes towards wind power were more negative and <br>self-interested than was the case when public <br>participation was sought. Fundamentally, public <br>attitudes became positive with traditional designs <br>or as familiarity with the standard industry <br>approaches increases.
- AutorAlastor Coleby
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