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Scotland: communities struggle against new coal

Green Marker Scotland: communities struggle against new coal

In July 2009, people from towns in North Ayrshire, on the West Coast of Scotland, decided it was time to get active. Faced with plans for a new coal-fired power station on their doorstep they had a big struggle ahead of them. They formed a campaign group, ‘Communities Opposed to New Coal at Hunterston’ (CONCH) and worked with Friends of the Earth Scotland and other groups to oppose the power station.

 

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In July 2009, people from towns in North Ayrshire, on the West Coast of Scotland, decided it was time to get active. Faced with plans for a new coal-fired power station on their doorstep they had a big struggle ahead of them. They formed a campaign group, ‘Communities Opposed to New Coal at Hunterston’ (CONCH) and worked with Friends of the Earth Scotland and other groups to oppose the power station.

 

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