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2018-04-09 08:25:23
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Very interesting and informative piece, Simon, on an important subject . Just because we can't see it doesn't mean it isn't vulnerable.
Anonymous 9, Apr 2018 @ 08:25
Very interesting and informative piece, Simon, on an important subject . Just because we can't see it doesn't mean it isn't vulnerable.
2018-04-09 08:25:38
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Very interesting and informative piece, Simon, on an important subject . Just because we can't see it doesn't mean it isn't vulnerable.
Anonymous 9, Apr 2018 @ 08:25
Very interesting and informative piece, Simon, on an important subject . Just because we can't see it doesn't mean it isn't vulnerable.
2018-04-11 12:56:48
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Agree with you completely.
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 12:56
Agree with you completely.
2018-04-11 13:10:18
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Dumping in any form seems wrong and presumably has been put forward to reduce costs without taking long term impacts into account. The proposers should defend their proposal on that basis .Longer term their plans may also include damaging side affects on the areaHas that been discussed?
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 13:10
Dumping in any form seems wrong and presumably has been put forward to reduce costs without taking long term impacts into account. The proposers should defend their proposal on that basis .Longer term their plans may also include damaging side affects on the areaHas that been discussed?
2018-04-12 14:23:06
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Hi there, No it hasn't been discussed because the company claim there will not be sufficient pollution to cause such side effects.
Dorset Wildlife Trust 12, Apr 2018 @ 14:23
Hi there, No it hasn't been discussed because the company claim there will not be sufficient pollution to cause such side effects.
2018-04-11 13:17:43
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I'm convinced. How do we petition ?
Colin Bass
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 13:17
I'm convinced. How do we petition ?
Colin Bass
2018-04-12 14:24:58
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Hi Colin, You can contact your local MP to tell them about your concerns - hopefully enough people will do this to make a difference. We have given our point of view in the first instance but if this is ignored going forwards then we will look into other ways to get our message heard - which could include a petition.
Dorset Wildlife Trust 12, Apr 2018 @ 14:24
Hi Colin, You can contact your local MP to tell them about your concerns - hopefully enough people will do this to make a difference. We have given our point of view in the first instance but if this is ignored going forwards then we will look into other ways to get our message heard - which could include a petition.
2018-04-11 13:50:06
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I agree with the above
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 13:50
I agree with the above
2018-04-11 14:04:35
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It is utterly incomprehensible, for the cogent reasons stated above, that any company could propose drilling for oil in the Poole Bay area. My youth was spent around the Bay, Studland and Shell Bay and I will not stand by and see them devastated in any way. I have lived in Surrey for most of my adult life and we are fighting a similar proposed oil exploration at Leith Hill, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. I would like to know how the Tust proposes to respond to this and how members can help.
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 14:04
It is utterly incomprehensible, for the cogent reasons stated above, that any company could propose drilling for oil in the Poole Bay area. My youth was spent around the Bay, Studland and Shell Bay and I will not stand by and see them devastated in any way. I have lived in Surrey for most of my adult life and we are fighting a similar proposed oil exploration at Leith Hill, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. I would like to know how the Tust proposes to respond to this and how members can help.
2018-04-12 14:28:40
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Hi there. We have already commented on the Environment Statement (see the letter in the link on the news article about to read this). Members can write to their local MP to voice their concerns. If the project continues to go ahead without taking action on our recommendations, we will look at other ways to make our voices heard, which could include a petition.
Dorset Wildlife Trust 12, Apr 2018 @ 14:28
Hi there. We have already commented on the Environment Statement (see the letter in the link on the news article about to read this). Members can write to their local MP to voice their concerns. If the project continues to go ahead without taking action on our recommendations, we will look at other ways to make our voices heard, which could include a petition.
2018-04-11 14:06:14
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It is utterly incomprehensible, for the cogent reasons stated above, that any company could propose drilling for oil in the Poole Bay area. My youth was spent around the Bay, Studland and Shell Bay and I will not stand by and see them devastated in any way. I have lived in Surrey for most of my adult life and we are fighting a similar proposed oil exploration at Leith Hill, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. I would like to know how the Tust proposes to respond to this and how members can help.
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 14:06
It is utterly incomprehensible, for the cogent reasons stated above, that any company could propose drilling for oil in the Poole Bay area. My youth was spent around the Bay, Studland and Shell Bay and I will not stand by and see them devastated in any way. I have lived in Surrey for most of my adult life and we are fighting a similar proposed oil exploration at Leith Hill, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. I would like to know how the Tust proposes to respond to this and how members can help.
2018-04-11 14:15:25
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Why no links to pressure groups, like 38 Degrees, to join an organised approach from a wider audience?
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 14:15
Why no links to pressure groups, like 38 Degrees, to join an organised approach from a wider audience?
2018-04-12 14:30:32
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Hi there - a petition hasn't been set up yet. We have responded to the Environmental Statement (see link in news article above) but if none of our recommendations are taken on-board then we will look at alternative ways of making our voices heard, which could include a petition.
Dorset Wildlife Trust 12, Apr 2018 @ 14:30
Hi there - a petition hasn't been set up yet. We have responded to the Environmental Statement (see link in news article above) but if none of our recommendations are taken on-board then we will look at alternative ways of making our voices heard, which could include a petition.
2018-04-11 14:17:18
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How about an online petition?
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 14:17
How about an online petition?
2018-04-12 14:35:12
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Hi there - we've responded to the Environmental Statement and waiting to hear what the outcome of this is - it might be that we have to think of other ways to make our voices heard, which might include a petition.
Dorset Wildlife Trust 12, Apr 2018 @ 14:35
Hi there - we've responded to the Environmental Statement and waiting to hear what the outcome of this is - it might be that we have to think of other ways to make our voices heard, which might include a petition.
2018-04-11 14:47:27
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I'm in agreement with your sentiments; it's wrong for the longer term future and it's too risky for the here and now.
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 14:47
I'm in agreement with your sentiments; it's wrong for the longer term future and it's too risky for the here and now.
2018-04-11 15:24:21
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It would be a disaster if this drilling gets the go ahead .
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 15:24
It would be a disaster if this drilling gets the go ahead .
2018-04-11 16:37:26
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Thanks to Simon for an informed analysis of the risks to Poole harbour. Fracking and oil drilling are beside the point: we need more alternative and renewable sources of clean energy. Apathy, ignorance of the facts and inaction will allow this drilling to go ahead.
What can we do to stand up for wildlife? Is there a protest movement in place? Press, radio, banners?
Jan Acres, Dorset resident.
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 16:37
Thanks to Simon for an informed analysis of the risks to Poole harbour. Fracking and oil drilling are beside the point: we need more alternative and renewable sources of clean energy. Apathy, ignorance of the facts and inaction will allow this drilling to go ahead.
What can we do to stand up for wildlife? Is there a protest movement in place? Press, radio, banners?
Jan Acres, Dorset resident.
2018-04-12 14:37:05
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Hi Jan, We've already done quite a lot of publicity locally about our position on this issue. If our comments on the Environmental Statement aren't listened to then we will look at other ways of communicating our concerns, which could include a petition. If you feel like you'd do something though, you could write to your local MP, asking them to raise the issue? Thanks!
Dorset Wildlife Trust 12, Apr 2018 @ 14:37
Hi Jan, We've already done quite a lot of publicity locally about our position on this issue. If our comments on the Environmental Statement aren't listened to then we will look at other ways of communicating our concerns, which could include a petition. If you feel like you'd do something though, you could write to your local MP, asking them to raise the issue? Thanks!
2018-04-11 16:39:26
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Some very well argued points here which need careful consideration before any licences are granted. Those that live in this area can't just be bystanders and let this happen without participating fully in the debate.
Anonymous 11, Apr 2018 @ 16:39
Some very well argued points here which need careful consideration before any licences are granted. Those that live in this area can't just be bystanders and let this happen without participating fully in the debate.
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