WREN (Working Together to Resolve Environmental Effects of Wind Energy), also known as IEA Wind Task 34, was established in 2012 to address environmental issues associated with development of land based and offshore wind energy projects. The goal of WREN is to facilitate international collaboration and advance the global understanding of environmental effects of wind energy to progress the industry in an environmentally responsible manner. More information about WREN is available here.
Sources of Information on WREN:
|Title||Author||Date||Type of Content||Technology Type||Stressor||Receptor|
|Assessing Environmental Effects (WREN): Adaptive Management White Paper||Hanna, L. et al.||December 2016||Report||Wind Energy general||N/A||
Socio-economics, Legal and Policy
|Considerations for upscaling individual effects of wind energy development towards population-level impacts on wildlife||May, R. et al.||January 2019||Journal Article||Wind Energy general||N/A||
Bats, Birds, Marine Mammals