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Sizewell C nuclear project threatens nationally important landscapes, habitats and species of the Suffolk coast

Surfbirds 13th June 2020, The RSPB and Suffolk Wildlife Trust (SWT) have united in a position against Sizewell C stating that the build must not go ahead. The two organisations also highlighted concerns about the timing of proceeding with this decision, amid a public health crisis, which is likely to impact public scrutiny of plans.
The charities have not seen any  evidence from EDF that Sizewell C can be built without detrimentally impacting internationally and nationally important landscapes, habitats and species of the Suffolk coast, at RSPB Minsmere nature reserve, Sizewell Belts SSSI, and beyond.

http://www.surfbirds.com/community-blogs/blog/2020/06/13/wildlife-charities-unite-in-position-against-sizewell-c/

June 16, 2020 - Posted by | environment, UK

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