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Scotland faces an apocalyptic future if no action is taken to reduce carbon emissions


"Imagine an apocalypse – polluted waters; drained and eroding peatlands; coastal towns and villages deserted in the wake of rising sea level and coastal erosion; massive areas of forestry afflicted by disease; a dearth of people in rural areas; and no birdsong" This was a statement from Francesca Osowska, chief executive of Scottish Natural Heritage, Royal Society of Edinburgh on Thursday 30th May, 2019.

The Scottish Natural Heritage chief executive continued by raising that a 1.5C rise in global temperature is inevitable and that an adaption is needed in various aspects of society: food production; transportation; industry; and more importantly, energy production.

We are incredibly proud to be fighting against the climate apocalypse in Scotland by saving 358,150 tonnes of CO2 every year, through our 7 wind farms. This means greencleanrenewable energy for Scotland. In addition to this, as of today we have over 1.6 GW of projects consented and in development which will further reduce the risk of an apocalyptic Scotland.

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