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The 25 megawatt plant began operating in March last year, despite villagers’ concerns about its effects on their health, its proximity to a local school, and sharing water from a canal that they used for fishing and their rubber and rice crops.Before long, villagers noticed a foul smell and waste such as fly ash being dumped. Some residents complained of skin rashes, and many could not get as much water from the canal.”Our main concerns are the impacts on our health, and on the land and water but our concerns were not addressed in a satisfactory manner,” said Lamoh, 58, a fourth generation resident and community leader.”We know renewable energy is good, but we were not consulted on the plant, and we do not benefit from it,” he said, gesturing to the plant that is off a highway, about a mile from his home.Gulf Chana Green Co., a subsidiary of Thai based Gulf Energy Development Co. That operates the plant, did a “thorough” environmental and social impact assessment, a spokeswoman told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.Emissions are monitored, waste is securely stored, and water usage is minimised to limit “any potential impacts on the environment or local community,” and information on emissions and other environmental aspects is publicly disclosed, she said.Worldwide, the rush to adopt renewable energy to reduce carbon emissions is hurting rural and indigenous communities disproportionately, with their lands taken for solar, wind, bioenergy and hydropower projects, human rights groups say.While renewable energy has a large land footprint, the projects receive government incentives and less scrutiny than fossil fuel projects such as coal, and few companies have policies to avoid or minimise human rights abuses.”The transition to clean energy is necessary.
This is going to sound really stupid but how are you holding the tube and what is the curvature of the tube? What type of VL are you using? Are you using hyperanglated or standard geometry. Glidescope was conventionally hyper angle and cmac was standard geometry. Both styles require different approaches, different manipulation, and different tube advancement.