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    Source:  Communities Against Turbines Scotland

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    Source:  Communities Against Turbines Scotland | Protests, Scotland

     

    We need your support to make the Government take notice and have a moratorium on any future developments of wind turbines until they can prove that the construction of wind farms are safe, reliable, cost effective, save CO2 and will not destroy rural life and tourism jobs.

    An inquiry is being held into the Scottish Government’s Renewables Target, where Donald Trump and CATS (Communities Against Turbines Scotland) will be giving evidence.

    Anyone arriving in Edinburgh for 9.30am can meet at Holyrood prior to the march to support CATS as the the media will be present to witness Donald Trump’s arrival at Holyrood for the Renewables Inquiry.

    A march will then begin from the pedestrianised area of High St, between City Chamber and Cockburn Street, just downhill from St Giles Cathedral.

    We will assemble at 10.30am.

    The march will begin at 11am and aims to arrive at the Parliament about 11.30am, in time for CATS and Donald Trump leaving the inquiry. There will be plenty of press attention.

    This should not be read as support for Donald Trump but as an opportunity to capitalise on the publicity generated on the day to highlight the negative impacts wind turbines are having on the landscape, natural heritage, residential amenities and on the pockets of the people of Scotland.

    Visit Scotland Expo is also taking place at Ingliston where they show case the Scottish tourism product to the world.

    Will there be any turbines on display?

    Do windfarms and turbines enhance the visitor experience?

    You may wish to protest at the Expo from 9am to 4pm when tourism buyers from all over the world will be attending this event.overseas

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