Host of the recent United Nations 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) climate summit, Scotland decided that the best way to showcase its commitment to fighting "climate change" was to destroy millions upon millions of trees.
"The Scottish Government has moved to reassure that more trees have been planted, but it is unknown what proportion of these are mature plants that play a bigger role in turning carbon into oxygen," The Herald reported.
"A Scottish conservation charity, which has planted almost two million trees across the Highlands, believes that both wind farms and trees are key to reducing carbon levels." (Related: Germany is similarly cutting down a 1,000-year-old forest to make way for a new "sustainable" wind turbine farm.)
Hilariously, Scotland and all other attendees at the recent COP26 gathering agreed to stop all deforestation efforts by the year 2030. Scotland apparently took this to mean that for the next seven some-odd years, clearcutting entire forests is an acceptable way to "cool" the planet.
"Renewable energy and forests are key to Scotland's contribution to mitigating climate change and FLS is successfully managing both elements," claims Forestry and Land Scotland about the issue.
"The figure for trees felled for windfarm development on Scotland's forests and land, as managed by FLS, over the past 20 years is 13.9 million. However, it should be noted that these trees – being a commercial crop – will have eventually have been felled and passed into the timber supply chain in any case."
What the FLS spokesman who made these statements failed to address is the fact that once the 21 new wind turbines are erected on the clearcut land, there will be no more room to reforest the area – meaning fewer trees on the Scottish landscape.
Back in 2018, some 6,500 acres of woodland were cleared to make way for wind turbines, prompting accusations that the Scottish forestry chief had "desecrated" the land.
What was previously an unspoiled countryside saw total destruction to make way for just seven wind farms, which are highly unreliable, unsightly, noisy and just plain hideous.
Less than half of that land has been replanted or even earmarked for replanting, despite promises from FLS that everything would be made "green" again once the gargantuan metal monstrosities were installed.
"This has been happening in other parts of Europe for some time," warned Dr. Benny Peiser, head of the Global Warming Policy Foundation think-tank, concerning the spreading virus of so-called "green" energy.
"People in Scotland are not as aware of it because the forestry is not close to population centres," he added. "Many of these forms of renewable energy have far greater impact on the environment than simply building a power plant."
"By building wind farms, they are destroying huge areas of forestry for very little effect and are desecrating large parts of beautiful countryside, which can only damage Scotland as a tourism destination."
Between 2014 and 2016 in Scotland alone, some ten square miles of forests were clearcut for wind farm developments. What was once an unspoiled bastion of beauty and nature is now a rattling metal wasteland that is supposedly "saving the planet."
"Nothing more than a scheme, exchanging one green (earth) for another green (cash), and that is all it is about," wrote a commenter at Natural News about the subject.
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