Stop Sizewell C Nuclear Power Station and the onshore infrastructure of the offshore wind farms
Although planning permission has been granted for Sizewell C the battle to stop it going ahead is ongoing. Go to stopsizewellc.org for all the latest information and how to get involved.
But the damage to our Heritage Coast does not stop there. Scottish Power Renewables have been granted consent for the wind farms East Anglia One North and East Anglia Two which will also have a devastating effect on our environment. Whilst very few people object to the offshore wind farms, the onshore infrastructure will have a major impact on Friston village and on the countryside from Thorpeness to Friston across which the cable runs are to be dug. The impact on our wildlife will be catastrophic and the threat to Nightingales, Turtle Doves and many other species will be significant.
And this will be just the start of the industrialisation of East Suffolk. What might follow could be materially worse if the Nautilus and Eurolink interconnector schemes were to proceed (see map below). The impact on our wildlife and biodiversity will be unimaginable.
RSPB Minsmere, Sizewell Marshes which are managed by Suffolk Wildlife Trust, the Sandlings and RSPB North Warren will all be at risk if these multiple projects go ahead.
Go to suffolkenergyactionsolutions.co.uk to see what you can do to help stop this damage to our way of life and that of our wildlife.
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