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    Alerts and Events: Wales

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    These postings are provided to help publicize and provide examples of the efforts of affiliated groups and individuals related to industrial wind energy development. Most of the notices posted here are not the product of nor are they necessarily endorsed by National Wind Watch.


    posted:  September 25, 2007
    Impacts, Press releases, WalesPrint storyE-mail story

    Source:  Cynghrair Hiraethog Alliance

    Minister meets with industry, refuses citizens

    MINISTER ACCUSED OF DOUBLE STANDARDS Today, Jane Davidson, Minister for Environment, Sustainability and Housing turned down a request from members of Cynghrair Hiraethog Alliance (CHA) for a meeting to discuss its concerns about massive proposals for windfarm development across Wales. CHA is accusing the Minister of Double Standards. “It seems the Minister is very happy to meet with representatives from the windfarm industry such as the British Wind Energy Association, and those with a vested interest in promoting windfarms, but . . .

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    posted:  August 23, 2007
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    Source:  Save Our Scenery Action Group

    Wind Farm Plans Are Obscure

    Gwynt-y-Mor wind farm will be off the North Wales Coast and the Wirral. Its visual impact will stretch from the Great Orme to Prestatyn. The rear of the wind farm has been reduced in response to concerns about shipping and helicopter movements. There has been no reduction in the number or size of the turbines. They have merely been pushed closer together. These changes will have negligible impact on the visual blight to Colwyn Bay and Llandudno. If Npower get . . .

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    posted:  July 12, 2007
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    Source:  Country Guardian

    Famous naturalist David Bellamy leads to Save Wales and UK rural heritage

    The new environment minister Jane Davidson is urging Wales to “stand up” for renewable energy and “buy into the technology that’s available”. Councillor Dai Lloyd Evans of Ceredigion has recently claimed that “the Cambrians are best for windfarms”. On Sunday, July 8th, Professor David Bellamy, accompanied by the wilderness artist David Bellamy and Christine Lovelock, artist and daughter of scientist James Lovelock, headed a demonstration of over 150 people. Groups from across Wales united in Mid Wales to express their . . .

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