RE­SERVES SPE­CIAL AWARD

Bird Watching (UK) - - News Wire -

Two RSPB re­serves in the South Downs are to ben­e­fit from the Na­tional Park’s newly-awarded In­ter­na­tional Dark Sky Re­serve sta­tus. The award, only the 11th in the world, ac­knowl­edges the qual­ity of the night sky in the area, where the Milky Way can be seen. con­crete is un­touched by land­ing gear. They are more af­fected by our mas­sive off-shore wind tur­bine ar­ray. The in­fra­struc­ture ex­ists, wide roads join­ing mo­tor­ways and a close rail­way line an ex­ten­sion to which would be low im­pact. Many per­ma­nent jobs would be cre­ated where un­em­ploy­ment is cur­rently dis­as­trously high. Air­craft emis­sions would be the same, but a lo­cal so­lu­tion has far less en­vi­ron­men­tal im­pact than the

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