Destructive wind is out of control
Well now we have it, a local landscape destroyed, wind developers sensing embracement, support, and easy pickings, banging on the planning door, and a council in denial that this local wind rush was not only started by them, turbines are out of control, and they can no longer contain this rural industrial carnage, after all how can you reject what you claim is a "positive contribution" that you fully "support and embrace".
June 22, 2007
by John Stoneman, Cambs Environment and Wildlife Protection
in Wisbech Standard
In early 2000 I attended the determination of the Long Hill wind turbine at Fenland District Council. It was an experience I will never forget, as it led to me leaving the meeting in disgust at the antics of the so called wise men of decision making. This experience did not bode well for the future of Fenland or its environment.
Years later we now see the proliferation of heavy industry in rural Fenland; it is the result of not any great need or planet saving action, it is because of a combination of a badly flawed government policy, propped up... [continue via Web link]