Core Group Membership

At the November meeting it was agreed that as the Campaign is now formally required to have a fixed number of members for the Core (Governing) Group, the meetings no longer will be open to all. However, any member can apply to observe at a meeting or to submit a written item to the Chairman…






Solar Power Tax Hike

Information from Greenpeace reveals that the government is about to attack solar power by hitting schools and businesses that invest in solar power with a huge tax hike. This comes one year after the Paris climate deal was agreed by world leaders and Greenpeace have launched a petition urging ministers to rethink government plans for…






The Way Forward – Offshore Wind

A huge offshore wind farm with 300 turbines, each taller than the Gherkin skyscraper in London, has been given the goahead. Greg Clerk, the business secretary, gave planning permission to the Homsea wind project, which will sit 55 miles off the Yorkshire coast and become the world’s biggest marinetbased wind farm. When completed, the Hornsea…






Fukushima – The truth will out – yet again

‘Radioactive contamination in the seabed off the Fukushima coast is hundreds of times above pre.2011 levels, while contamination in local rivers is up to 200 times higher than ocean sediment, according to results from Greenpeace japan survey work released on july 21. Ai Kashiwagi, Energy Campaigner at Greenpeace japan, said: “These river samples were taken…






Let’s Use New, Safer Energy

Letter published in the ”East Anglian Daily Times” 1ST August 2016 “Sir, The decision made by EDF to proceed with the building of Hinkley C is a manifest disaster at a number of different levels. Firstly, the costs are totally unrealistic, estimated to be £18bn which is double the original budget and at a unit…