"Use nature", it is said. Move at least 30 minutes every day, so live you longer. Be there, get forces and charge the batteries, would recommend both the politicians and health authorities. And the latest research from the Norwegian outdoor life shows that the need for peace and quiet never been greater than now, both for physical and mental health. The close nature is most important, and in Norway we are so lucky that nature is never far away, whether it is bymarka, the paths in the surrounding area or a short drive from where we live.Kjetil Scot Show more
Nature is in our genes, we are dependent on it to survive, and many of us live to be outside. But, increasingly villmarkspreget nature disappear – hytteutbygging and wind power.
Tens of thousands of people experiencing great grief of that nature in the neighbouring areas being industrialized and destroyed in connection with the vindkraftutbygginger. First, the brutal construction work, blasting, road works and machinery into the vulnerable.
Large pine trees cut. Marshes be drained and filled again. Knolls, hills, and rocks erupt, heather and shrubs scraped away, the habitats for the insects and animals are affected and disappear. Birds be scared away, lose the traits of their many crashes and dies in the face of the rotor blades, which extends up to 200-250 meters in the sky. The Oslo Plaza is to the comparison of 117 metres.
Then one sees that the hiking, the hunting regions, and recreational areas has been transformed beyond recognition. Irreversible intervention.the Uk need more wind power Debate
It takes a half a football field to set up a wind turbine, and in the incision goes with the 800 metres anleggsvei up to the turbines. Pictures from places like Freya, now transformed forever, or Haramsøya that may be also transformed for ever these days, do something with us.
Finnskogleden stood on the UNESCO world heritage site, but where have the Pages Wind got permission to put up 13 turbines of 220 meters (with wings). I don't think your trip along the trail is the same when Kjølberget wind farms will be realized. The development is in full swing. Would such a development be planned in Nordmarka, I think there would have been uproar. The idea would not come on the drawing board a time.There is a limit to sorting out the Debate
Great sorrow, anger, frustration, avmaktsfølelse, enormous distrust of the elected representatives in Parliament and the feeling of not having something you should have said affects all who are directly affected, but also all of us who are fond of our nature and who see the Uk destroyed bit by bit.
I am afraid that these the devastation affects us more than we may be aware of the term.
Sense of powerlessness, that one will be exposed to direct abuse leads to trauma – this also applies to all directly affected by their vicinities industrialiseres. Yes, wind farms are industrial sites, where it is dangerous to move because of the danger of iskast in winter, both audible and inaudible noise (infralyd), visual pollution, flashing lights and massive disruptions to the landscape.the Activists cries: - We are treated as criminals
I think the health to many to deteriorate, both physically and mentally, because we simply lose the ability to use the surroundings we are accustomed to walking in. In the public health perspective, this is something that must be taken seriously.
the Consequences of vindkraftutbyggingene may come to cost us much, much more in lost ears and money in years of life lost because of unhappiness, sadness and anger, than what vindkraften want to give back to the community. Which, incidentally, turns out to be almost nothing – when a single new vannkraftturbin can replace 400 wind turbines (NRK evening News 16.7.20).
Then says it himself that the frustration increases over our politicians who will not listen, who do not want to see and try to make us believe that we should be "the green battery of Europe", and that "we must sacrifice something for the green shift".Thunders: "They will rape Norwegian nature
Out in Europe will be away from polluting coal-fired power plants, among other things, and use "green energy". Munich is an example – very nice that one which can boast of the use of wind power, as long as you don't have to live with the consequences of that nature in a foreign country will be destroyed. Who is there who wonder who here?
When the politicians are hardly aware, or close your eyes for, that the upgrade (without a new, major changes) of existing hydropower plants will provide as much – or more – power than all the already developed and planned wind farms – yes, what should that person do then?
I am frustrated sad and angry. For Norway to be destroyed more and more. For the politicians to abuse its power and do not see the people out in real life. They do not have contact with you and me. Just lots of nice chat. These years with vindkraftutbygging going to be remembered as the year.This has been dangerous Comment You can submit your article and opinion piece in Dagbladet here
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