Big UK offshore windfarms push risks harming habitats, say campaigners

Boris Johnson has promised that every home will be powered by offshore wind by 2030

Offshore windfarms risk harming delicate landscapes and vulnerable wildlife habitats if the government fails to coordinate the planning system in its push for a big expansion of clean energy, green campaigners have warned.

The prime minister, Boris Johnson, has promised that every home will be powered by offshore wind by 2030, which will require dozens of new sites for large turbines around the coast.

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