We work constructively with developers and the governments throughout the UK to prevent developments damaging these sensitive habitats and species. Where this is not possible, we will oppose proposals which threaten to damage our marine environments and their wildlife.
The implications of the wind farm on the areas birds and the nearby habitats needs to be fully assessed.
Plans for a nuclear power station on the Blackwater Estuary threaten internationally important species and habitats.
Filey Bay has given life to generations of seabirds, but in recent years it has also claimed many victims.
Four commercial scale offshore wind farms have been consented and proposals for more wind farms are in development.
In October 2015 consent was granted for five floating wind turbines approximately 25km off the coast of NE Scotland.
We must work hard to ensure any renewable energy development is sited in the right place with minimal impact to nature.
Pentland Firth & Orkney Waters offer significant renewable energy resources in the form of wave and tidal activity.
Plans to destroy c30ha of internationally important intertidal and roosting habitat, including mud flats
400 years ago, the Essex coast was a wild place, a wildlife haven and a source of livelihood for local communities.