The bird carcasses soon pile up wherever the wind industry plies its subsidy-soaked trade. When it comes to wholesale avian slaughter, the offshore industry sets the benchmark.
Offshore wind is already meting out a phenomenal death toll on a whole range of seabirds in the waters surrounding Britain and across the North Sea.
Puffins are being pummelled, gannets and gulls ground out of existence, in their thousands. And all to produce (massively subsidised) electricity in chaotic fits and spurts.
Britain led the ‘green’ energy slaughter of seabirds, now the Dutch want in on the act, as Jason Endfield reports below.
Thousands Of Gannets Will Perish As North Sea ‘Wind Parks’ Expand
25 February 2023
The Netherlands government plans to industrialise the North Sea by building thousands of wind turbines, as it attempts to meet goals proposed under the Climate Agreement.
When Dutch citizens objected to renewable energy…
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