CleanEarth have secured planning consent for a 4.1 MW wind turbine, with a tip height of 135m – to be erected within the Clay Area, in Cornwall – a landscape characterised by the effects of china clay extraction. The success of this project is due to years of focused effort – in overcoming aviation concerns,…
With the G7 Summit about to be hosted in Cornwall, where CleanEarth is based, we felt we should take the opportunity to send a message to the leaders of free world.
In short: stop talking about climate change and do something (do more, now!) about it.
We’d hope that the implications of relative inactivity are now blindingly obvious. Greta uses characteristic passion in making an appeal to “act as if your house is on fire”. Instead, it often seems that world leaders fiddle when all around them is ablaze.
Our message is located immediately adjacent to the airport flight path into Cornwall, as a floral welcome to the esteemed heads of state and their entourage.
We hope the G7 enjoy their time in Cornwall. We also hope that they do not ignore our “welcome”, and that they recognise the message is representative of public opinion. If so, the fiddling may stop.