Noise threat to creatures
THE site of the proposed Atlantic Array includes populations of harbour porpoise, grey seal, northern minke whale and common short-beaked dolphin, all of which enjoy protection under the Habitats Directive 92/43/EEC.
The harbour porpoise and grey seal are supposed be protected by Special Areas of Conservation (SACs).
Energy company RWE admits these species are of international/national importance and high value. Cetaceans, especially harbour porpoises, are highly susceptible to noise, which can kill them.
Pile driving over 92sq miles for 72 months is likely to have a catastrophic effect on these species.
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Previous developments in Bristol Channel and off Germany have been halted by the public writing to their local MPs over this issue.
St Thomas, Swansea