The Independent 29.04.21
Sizewell C nuclear power station could ‘suck up over 500 million fish’ and harm species including otters and rare Natterjack toads, campaigners warn.
Impact on environment will be ‘national disgrace’, says co-founder of Greenpeace UK
Crime Correspondent EADT 28.04.21
Campaigners opposed to the construction of a third nuclear power plant on the coast of Suffolk have accused developers of triggering the annual “slaughter” of 28.5 million fish.
According to pressure group Together …
Karen McVeigh senior news reporter for the Guardian reports on TASC claims on fish deaths at SZC Wednesday 28th April 2021
More than 500 million fish, including protected species, could be sucked into the cooling system of a proposed £20bn…
TASC PRESS RELEASE
STRICTLY EMBARGOED UNTIL NOON ON WEDNESDAY THE 28TH APRIL 2021
CEFAS TURNS A BLIND EYE TO THE WHOLESALE MASSACRE OF PROTECTED FISH SPECIES DUE TO EDF’S NUCLEAR OPERATIONS AT SIZEWELL
Using figures taken directly from …
I love Suffolk.
This Christmas I will be there with my family and we’ll almost certainly walk up the coast, joining dog-walkers, bird-watchers, hikers and even swimmers in one of the most beautiful and unspoiled
EDF chief says survey results show ‘silent majority’ want Sizewell C
TASC’s full response
Together Against Sizewell C TASC) see the poll as meaningless, it’s not independent having been commissioned by EDF, and is nothing more than …
Stop Sizewell C
As the government begins talks with EDF about building a new nuclear
power station at the Sizewell C site, Together Against Sizewell C (TASC)
Chair Pete Wilkinson writes about why the project shouldn’t go ahead.
THE nuclear …
TOGETHER AGAINST SIZEWELL C
30 NOVEMBER 2020
Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Department accept that nuclear is not a ‘zero carbon’ source of electricity– implications for EdF’s advertisement claims
On the 15th October, Together …