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Researchers: 10,000 wind turbines must not become a stomach-churner for nature. We have a duty to ensure that our progress in relation to the climate does not end up being a step backwards for nature and biodiversity. Therefore, it is important that we already take into account the overall impact on marine nature in the planning phase and not just examine the effect of the offshore wind farms one by one, write a number of researchers from AU Ecoscience. (Danish).
Millions for mapping the environmental consequences of offshore wind Bats, birds, porpoises and benthic animals are just some of the species that are affected by construction at sea. Now the Danish Energy Agency has entered into a collaboration with, among others, DCE - Aarhus University on screening and environmental mapping of the offshore wind potential in Denmark.(Danish)
How can you produce fossil-free sea turbine power and sustainable mussels and seaweed in one and the same sea area? And what effects does it have on the marine environment and biodiversity? A new collaboration between Danish universities and companies must find out.
The green transition with offshore wind turbines can mean major noise nuisance for porpoises that navigate with echoes. Experience how sensitive the small whales are. Can be seen 23 minutes into the program. (Danish)