Although wind energy is one of the cleanest ways to generate electricity, its exploitation has some environmental issues that should be addressed. It is notable that it affects wildlife and habitat since birds and bats die when they collide with wind turbines or due to variations in air pressures. Similarly, aerodynamic and mechanical sounds that wind turbines produce cause environmental sound pollution. Nonetheless, the economic issue that is evident with wind energy generation is land value. In essence, more space is needed to install turbines although some sections of the land are left without any alternative use, which may be expensive. Comparatively, exploiting nuclear energy has the risk of contaminating the environment if the process is not contained such that large amounts of fission products are released into the surroundings since they are radioactive. Economically, nuclear plants are costly to establish and operate. Overall, both types of energy exploitations have environmental and economic issues that should be considered before settling on the appropriate one.