Newsletters and information sessions
- Newsletter: Issue 1 – Feb 2014
- Newsletter: Issue 2 – May 2014
- Proposed Jupiter Wind Farm – Community Information Session 1 – Posters (14 Jun 2014)
- Newsletter: Issue 3 – Sep 2014
- Newsletter: Issue 4 – Dec 2014
- Proposed Jupiter Wind Farm_Community Information Session 2 – Posters (11 Dec 2014)
- Revised Preliminary Turbine Locations
- Newsletter: Issue 5 – Jul 2015
- Newsletter: Issue 6 – Dec 2015
- Newsletter:Issue 7 – Dec 2016
- Newsletter:Issue 8 – Aug 2017
- Newsletter:Issue 9 – Dec 2017
For information on understanding and adapting to the impacts of climate change in NSW and plans to combat it, visit the Department of Environment & Heritage website.
In March 2014, the Australian Medical Association (AMA) released its official position on health and wind farms. This statement is available on the AMA website.
For further information on climate change from the United Nations, refer to the UN and Climate Change website. There is news and links on what climate change really means for people and what is being done about it globally.
The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change ( IPCC ) is an international scientific body charged with the responsibility of assessing climate change. The IPCC was established in 1988 by the United Nations Environment Program and the World Meteorological Organisation to review and assess the most updated technical, scientific and socio-economic information available globally in order to understand climate change.