In recent years, owing to the long-span adverse impact of utilizing petrochemicals and economic crises, wind energy has stood-up as a cost-effective source of energy. It endorsed as having the emission-free ability, green and is also subsidies by states support and credits benefits for taxes. It has several positive impacts, such as (i) environmental (ii) social (iii) economic and (iv) cultural impacts. To make the wind farms acceptable to the public, a major hurdle that must be overcome, as apart from withstanding both the cost pressures. People are now more aware of the risks associated with climate change; the problem of wind turbines is particularly related to deforestation/land use and migration route. Such challenges need to be properly addressed to ensure technology development to provide ongoing political and public support. In this paper, the development of wind energy atlas is summarized with particular reference to its positive impacts (clean and green) and negative impacts, namely noise, imagery, deforestation, and land erosion. Practical solutions in wind farms are also discussed with suitable examples. The given points need to be included in the data that harmonizes wind energy with wildlife conservation, such as (i) engineers/programmers use turbines developed to allow central collisions; (ii) decisions and other relevant aspects, deadlines, Including a comparison of bird mortality before and after construction; (iii) using improved computational dynamics and other advanced technologies to further evaluate the impact of turbine noise on the location of predators in the wild to help minimize the impact of this clean and green energy.