Sunday, March 21, 2010

Treasured landscapes sacrificed for little gain.

"The first detailed study of Britain’s onshore wind farms suggests some treasured landscapes may have been blighted for only small gains in green energy. "

Thanks to a campaigner from Scotland for sending us the link to the article in The Sunday Times from which the above quote was taken:

The article also links to this one:

They confirm what we have been saying all along.

Whether it is Oswaldtwistle Moor, Fullabrook Down, Nant y Moch, the Isle of Lewis, the Kansas Flint Hills, or the Bald Hills Wetland Reserve in Australia, our precious landscapes are being destroyed so that politicians can look as if they are doing something and developers can get rich. Any "Green" who supports this scam should think again. Stop the subsidies, say no to EU and other meaningless targets, and save our landscapes!

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