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Donald Trump surveys his new golf resort in north-east Scotland

Donald Trump launches wind farms broadside

US tycoon Donald Trump has warned that wind farms could "completely end" tourism in Scotland and the country is "in effect committing financial suicide".

Haworth Moor in North Yorkshire, which inspired the Brontë sisters' wild novels, could form the backdrop for four 328ft wind turbines

Turbine scheme provokes wuthering gale of protest

Residents of Haworth, home of the Brontës, are furious at plans to build a wind farm nearby

Donald Trump has shelved his golf resort until Scotland’s parliament rules on a planto build 11 turbines off the coast of the complex

Donald Trump promises £10m to fight wind farm construction in Britain

Fresh from a dispute with environmentalists over his golf resort on the Aberdeenshire coast, the billionaire Donald Trump has revealed plans to hand £10m to anti-wind farm campaigners.

Photography: Fabrik, By Jakob Tuggener

First published in Zurich in 1943, when neutral Switzerland's manufacturing was happily profiting from the Second World War, Jakob Tuggener's Fabrik, a sceptical pictorial critique of Swiss industry, was entirely out of step with the times.

Donald Trump at his luxury golf resort during a visit to the Menie Estate

Cutting up rough: Trump and Salmond's love-in blown off course by wind farm plan

Donald Trump has more reason than most to fear the Scottish wind.

Alex Salmond accused over wind farm plan

US tycoon Donald Trump has written to First Minister Alex Salmond, accusing him of seeming “hell-bent on destroying Scotland's coastline” with wind turbines.

Mountain-top wind farm halted

Plans for a giant wind farm on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park have been rejected by councillors – who travelled 3,600ft up the mountains to see its potential impact for themselves, as reported by The Independent.

Michel Hazanavicius' next film will be a remake of the 1948 film The Search

Tidal energy turbine set up in the sea

A 100ft underwater turbine destined to form part of a major tidal energy project has been installed in the sea around Orkney.

Letters: Our world is on the brink of disaster

The discovery of vast fountains of methane spewing into the atmosphere (report, 13 December), terrifying though this revelation is, merely represents the latest in a series of climate-change phenomena whose speed of development has been dangerously understated by mainstream climate policy analysts.

Wind farms a disgrace, says Philip

The Duke of Edinburgh condemned on-shore wind farms as "a disgrace" and accused those who support them of believing in a "fairytale".

Letters: Planning and climate change

Planning blight on the planet

Trump opposes plan for windfarm

The US billionaire Donald Trump has criticised a plan to build an offshore windfarm near his luxury golf resort in Scotland.

Investment that's blowing in the wind

Investing in wind farms is more than hot air. It's a chance to use your cash to make a difference, while hopefully making a profit. But it's an investment where returns are at risk, not least from the vagaries of British weather. If the wind doesn't blow hard enough, the wind farm can't generate alternative energy or profits.

Giant turbine blades likely to claim lives of migrating geese

There is no doubt that the giant turbines will kill some pink-footed geese, which migrate to Britain during the winter
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