Standing firm on wind issue
I SUSPECT it is no accident that Dave Lees (Have Your Say, February 2) launched his most savage, inaccurate attack on me a few days before our elected representatives make their decision regarding Mynydd y Gwair wind farm.
I have no financial interest in the wind industry. I support renewables because I am concerned about climate change and realise fossil fuels will not last forever and are already getting more difficult and expensive to get out of the ground.
This leads to greater risk of environmental devastation, as in the Gulf of Mexico just over a year ago.
A similar accident in the Arctic, currently being opened up by multi-national oil companies, would have far more devastating long-term effects.
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Nuclear power is more expensive than renewables, particularly in the long term, and there is no need for me spell out the dangers.
Perhaps Mr Lees can explain to me and your readers why, if the truth is so dear to him and his friends, here in Wales two anti-windfarm/turbine groups have been forced to withdraw most of their campaigning material by the advertising standards body, because the information provided was inaccurate or pure fantasy?