Save the nature in Lappfors (Finland) from the highest windmills in the Nordic countries

Save the nature in Lappfors (Finland) from the highest windmills in the Nordic countries

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Jennifer Häll started this petition to Anyone who sees this petition (in particular Pedersöre politics)

We need your help! It is an important matter for the nature, animals and people living in the nearby areas (Finland) of the planned windmill parks which are said to be the highest windmills in the Nordic countries.

The people in the area are living as close as 1,5-2 km from the planned windmill parks with 6 windmills in Lappfors and over 10 windmills in Purmo. The distance is against the local health departments recommendations, aswell as WHO and international recommendations. People have tried to communicate with the politics but they have turned an blind eye to the tax payers.

Lappfors and Purmo are two small villages in Finland, municipality Pedersöre. The villages have always been promoted as areas of beauty, untouched nature, wildlife with chances for berry picking, mushroom picking, hunting, fishing, groundwater areas, swimming etc. It is one of the rare areas in the municipality which has untouched nature and a Natura 2000 area nearby. There even lives rare wild reindeers and a lot of migratory birds pass through the areas. People have moved to the area for peace and quiet amongst nature.

It is threatened by the planned windmill parks. Etha Wind, who plans to build the windmill parks, has even admitted themselves they would not live this close to windmills. The politics are not interested in facts or educating themselves on the matter.

Please Help Us by signing! By getting many signatures all over the world we can prove to the Finnish government and the local municipality Pedersöre, that human lives, animals and nature matters as well as the future of the younger generations! Before it is too late. At 15000 signatures we can take further action with the government.

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