Research Specialists

Ontario Coalition for Harm-to-Health from Industrial Wind Turbines

Research Specialists


"Wind turbines do not reduce air pollution. The energy they yield displaces hydro and nuclear power, and requires additional natural gas generating capacity to handle fluctuating power levels, yielding net increases in system-wide emissions. Also, the pursuit of wind power is raising our electricity rates to some of the highest levels in North America, leading to industrial job losses and higher utility bills for Ontario households. Economic stress negatively impacts the health of families and communities. On balance, wind turbines are a threat, not a benefit, to public health in Ontario."
Dr. Ross McKitrick, PhD
Professor of Economics and Chair of Graduate Studies
CME Fellow in Sustainable Commerce Department of Economics, University of Guelph


As an independent IWTs-and-Health Research Specialist, I have joined the coalition because
“Wind turbines harm health. The suffering is real.”  

Ontario IWTs-and-Health Research Specialists

Dr. Ross McKitrick, PhD University of Guelph Guelph
Dr. Nicholas Kouwen, PhD, P.Eng, FASCE University of Waterloo Waterloo
Dr. John Harrison, PhD Queens University Kingston
Dr. James Morris, PhD University of Guelph Ridgetown
Eric Jelinski, M.Eng, P.Eng   Barrie
Richard Mann, B.Eng., M.Eng., PhD. University of Waterloo Waterloo