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11 December 2014
A growing offshore wind industry is critical if the UK is to continue to cut its emissions and fight climate change, but the RSPB believes that consent of the Hornsea One offshore wind farm (100km from the East Yorkshire coast) is unsatisfactory for several reasons, but principally because of the high collision risk for seabirds using the area.
27 November 2014
More renewables needed but must not harm Scotland's wildlife.
21 October 2014
Conservationists are urging Government not to put dredging ahead of other flood-prevention measures
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