RSPB Minsmere & Suffolk Wildlife Trust say critical evidence is missing from EDF’s Sizewell C application.

Minsmere reserve is recognised as one of Europe’s most important areas for nature and biodiversity. Yet, the much-loved reserve faces potentially significant harmful impacts from EDF’s proposed new nuclear power station, Sizewell C.

RSPB Minsmere along with Suffolk Wildlife Trust believe this critical missing evidence means an uncertain future for protected animals around the reserves. Marsh Harriers, otters, water voles, bats, rare natterjack toads, red-throated divers to mention a few, could all be impacted greatly from the 10 to 15 year build.

See both RSPB Minsmere and SWT responses here and join the LOVE MINSMERE CAMPAIGN

 

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