A large proportion of islanders have come out against the proposal to put 150 turbines (145m high from tip to base). Read more on www.theherald.co.uk
Peat is a carbon sink - peat bogs have been called the "rain forests" of the northern latitudes. This turbine site is 11 miles long by 7 miles and would turn a wild and treasured landscape into an industrial power station. Visit the sustainableshetland.org website to understand better how crucial it is to win this battle.
Friday, August 14, 2009
Thousands protest against Shetland Wind farm
Posted by Artists Against Wind Farms at 7:54 PM
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