The Pitcairn Islands Study Group (PISG) was formed in North America and the UK organisation was constituted from an informal meeting of PISG members resident in the UK during 1987-88. The name of the UK PISG was changed to the Pitcairn and Norfolk Islands Society in October 2012 (PNI Soc).
I can see it now, a new issue of stamps featuring Wind Turbines on Pitcairn.
Unlike many other people, I think they are great! I regularly visit Cornwall and know that I am there as soon as I catch a glimpse of the first Wind Farm. I would have one in my back garden if I could, and I would love to see them on the South Downs - I think of them as a sign of progress, not a sign that we are ruining the countryside. To put them on Pitcairn is a great idea - free clean energy (although I do know that a lot of energy is actually used to make them, you have to admit that it is better than barrels of oil being shipped hundreds of miles by sea to the Island).