Good to see the young signing petition against Sizewell C at Latitude, It’s their future.

TASC has launched a petition strongly opposing the construction of Sizewell C: “Say No To Sizewell C” which members took to the Latitude festival in July to collect signatures in the Greenpeace cafe and kids area. Thanks to all those who signed; we had a good response, especially the youngsters including primary school pupils who knew all about renewables and were very excited to sign their 1st petition with parents explaining just what it was they were signing. The teens were definitely worried about the waste. It was very rewarding & many thanks to Waveney Greenpeace for the space.

We would like your help!

If you support our cause, and think that you could fill a page or two of signatures, the petition can be downloaded here,

Please get as many signings as possible and then send it back to the TASC address on the petition. The signatories do not have to live in the local Suffolk area, so friends, collegues and families from far and wide can sign.

Lets show that we are Together Against Sizewell C.

The plan is that the petition will run until the next consultation is announced, and then if we have over 1200 signature the Full Council are obliged to debate it.   The petition will also be available for people to sign in the local area over the next few months. The wording is as follows:

"We, the undersigned, strongly oppose the plan by EDFE to construct 2 new Nuclear reactors at Sizewell in Suffolk. The destruction of AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty), SSSI sites (Site of Special Scientific Interest) and the proximity to Minsmere bird reserve, all on our crumbling Suffolk coastline, is totally unacceptable. A government-backed programme of energy saving and clean renewable energy would combat climate change and avoid the risks of a catastrophic accident, dangers to health and the storage of highly radioactive waste at Sizewell for many years to come. SAY NO TO SIZEWELL C"